Join the GMF 2020 on July 8 for a virtual session discussing the role of digital platforms in autocratic states. The session begins at 14:30 and ends at 15:15 (UTC+2).
For eight years, the GMF fellowship program has welcomed a total of over 1,000 people from all around the world. In 2020, the initiative supported by the Federal Foreign Office has to go online because of COVID-19.
Are news outlets helping to keep people informed during the COVID-19 crisis or scaremongering? The first digital session of the 2020 Global Media Forum takes a look at the media's responsibility during the pandemic.
Cologne-based media artist and student of Wim Wenders', Johanna Reich, talks to DW about the influence of the digital world on our values, highlighting opportunities for pluralism to unfold online.
In 2017, the White House Correspondents' Association (WHCA) received the DW Freedom of Speech Award (FOSA). Current WHCA president Jonathan Karl tells DW how the latest developments in the US could affect journalists.
Tajikistan expert Marat Mamadshoev explains why there is an effective media blackout on COVID-19 reporting. The Central Asian country has for years been at the bottom of press freedom indexes.
The coronavirus lockdown in Nigeria has let the genie out of the bottle, writer Richard Ali says. The ensuing rise in ethnic populism in the digital space has to be confronted by journalists and artists alike.
The Berlin-based artist and master student of Olafur Eliasson talks about populism, provocation in art and the rights of artists and journalists.
Internet activist and scholar Ethan Zuckerman predicts that social media channels are due to undergo significant changes, allowing established news organizations to fight back against fake news.
"Journalists should do fact-checking, and question their leaders," says Indian journalist Rajdeep Sardesai. "Rather than getting caught in right-versus-left debates, we should ask: are you right or wrong?"
The next Global Media Forum will take place on June 14 and 15, 2021 at the World Conference Center Bonn.
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In an interview with DW Director-General Peter Limbourg, to open this year's Global Media Forum (GMF), German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier warned against complacency both within politics and the media.
Laschet: "In Europe freedom of the press has come under pressure. The future European Commission must take a clear stance: "Europe has clear principles. Anyone who violates these principles will experience sanctions."
TV audiences are increasingly using streaming services and saying goodbye to linear TV. How can linear stations keep up?
To what extent have digital platforms changed the power structures in the global media landscape?
Lawmakers want hate speech online to be tracked and monitored more tightly. But will digital platforms comply?
Local newspapers and radio stations continue to suffer falling sales, often resulting in takeovers and bankruptcies.
Two letter that prompt differing reactions around the world: AI. But are people ready to let robots into their lives?
One initiative in Germany has come up with a way to remain relevant while involving citizens in their editorial process.
The world order has changed affecting the way that journalists interact with politicians. Do they still need each other?
CGNET Swara has invented a new and surprisingly simple way to bring newsgathering to illiterate communities in India.
Frank-Walter Steinmeier - President of Germany
Juliana Rotich - tech entrepreneur, Kenya
Jaron Lanier - computer scientist and author, USA
Tanit Koch - director general at N-TV, Germany
Armin Laschet - Premier of the state of North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany
Mariya Gabriel - Commissioner for Digital Economy, European Commission
Hamid Karzai - former President of Afghanistan
Anne Boyson - researcher, analyst and founder of "After the Millinnials", USA
Lord Michael Dobbs - politician and author of "House of Cards", UK
Carmen Perez - National Co-Chair of Women's March & Executive Director of The Gathering for Justice, USA
Can Dündar - former editor-in-chief of "Cumhuriyet", Turkey
Dr. Ann Hollifield - news and media researcher, USA
Noam Chomsky - Linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, historian, social critic and political activist, USA
Michelle Müntefering - Minister of State at the German Federal Foreign Office
Tom Buhrow - Director General of Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR), Germany
Karen Palmer - digital filmmaker, UK
Jeff Jarvis - American journalist, professor, public speaker and former television critic, USA
Shirin Ebadi - Lawyer, a former judge and human rights activists and founder of Defenders of Human Rights Center, Iran
Bassem Youssef - Political satirist, writer, producer, physician, media critic and television host, Egypt
Rokhaya Diallo - Journalist and activist in France
Mikhail Khodorkovsky - Founder of Open Russia, Russia
Sarah Harrison - British journalist and WikiLeaks section editor, UK
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