Representatives from more than 20 international broadcasters and members of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) gathered in the Bulgarian capital to discuss the most pressing issues facing international broadcasting.
Nearly 2,000 experts from over 100 countries will be meeting at the World Conference Center Bonn from June 19-21 for the Global Media Forum (GMF), coordinated by Germany’s international broadcaster Deutsche Welle.
Shababtalk, DW's popular and equally controversial TV format, has been honored by the Arab States Broadcasting Union (ASBU) with its third award for "Best Arabic talk show." DW also won gold for a reportage from Baghdad.
DW is honoring the White House Correspondents’ Association (WHCA) with the Freedom of Speech Award. DW Director General Limbourg will present WHCA President Mason with the award at the Global Media Forum in June.
"InfoMigrants" is an online project offering information for refugees and migrants. Financed by the EU, the project is a cooperation between Deutsche Welle, France Médias Monde and Italian news agency ANSA.
“Gender@International Bonn”, a network of organizations active in the field of international cooperation, highlights the need to celebrate the successes made on the road to gender equality.
The editorial team behind the DW football program "Kick off!" calls on FC Bayern Munich fans from around the globe to send in video messages. Selected clips will be featured in a film on Germany's record-breaking club.
About 600 refugee children, most of them Syrian or Palestinian, recently joined young Lebanese at a Beirut cinema and watched a film about their personal history.
The life-threatening journey to Europe that many young people from West Africa are embarking on is the subject of DW's latest multi-media project, "The Migration Dilemma."
Statement regarding a misinterpreted tweet referring to the heinous terrorist attack in Istanbul on December 10, 2016.
UNDP and Deutsche Welle collaborate to amplify voices of youth debating the future of Arab development.
DW’s new multimedia project 'The Migration Dilemma' traces the dangerous journey to Europe undertaken by West African refugees.
In an interview with DW, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini commented on the prospect of president-elect Donald Trump’s future cooperation with the EU.
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