In an interview with DW, Yevhenia Tymoshenko, the daughter of imprisoned former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, thanked European leaders for their support for a popular uprising in Ukraine.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of DW's Hausa service, Deutsche Welle Director General Peter Limbourg said that international media have an important role to play in Africa.
DW Akademie, in conjunction with Reporters Without Borders Germany, will host its first online workshop on digital safety for journalists, examining how to deal with threats like hacking and digital surveillance.
At a meeting in Bonn on November 22, the Broadcasting Board has unanimously welcomed the reform plans Deutsche Welle Director General Peter Limbourg outlined, which aim to make DW a leading global information provider.
From January 1, 2014, Dr. Alexander Kudascheff will be editor-in-chief of Deutsche Welle. Kudascheff, who currently heads the Berlin studio, will take charge of DW's television, radio and online content.
Deutsche Welle Director General Peter Limbourg has announced a structural reform aimed at making the broadcaster more internationally competitive. The reform will involve staff changes.
On October 1, Peter Limbourg (53) took office as director general of Deutsche Welle (DW). He had been elected as Erik Bettermann's successor in this function by the Broadcasting Board in March 2013.
Deutsche Welle (DW) has improved its lineups in Latin America and Asia: Starting September 30, DW (Latinoamérica) will broadcast 24 hours of Spanish and DW (Asien) 24 hours of German programming.
Deutsche Welle honored the winners of its international competition "The Bobs - Best of Online Activism" at the Global Media Forum in Bonn. The "Best Blog Award" went to the Chinese social critic, Li Chengpeng.
"A milestone in Germany's media policy" is how Director General Erik Bettermann described the decision by Chancellor Merkel and the state governments to foster cooperation between DW and domestic broadcasters.
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