What’s next / Et après? / Was jetzt? / Ce urmează? / I co dalej? / E agora?
On March 22, drafts of a new media law and a new broadcasting law were debated for the first time in the Mozambican parliament.
An exclusive data-driven investigation by DW reveals how Google's image search perpetuates sexist stereotypes. Women from Latin America, eastern Europe and southeast Asia are particularly affected.
On February 25, The 77 Percent TV magazine will debut on leading Nigerian TV channel AREWA24. Broadcast so far in English and Portuguese, AREWA24 will now adapt and broadcast the youth magazine in Hausa.
A new environmental web special explains the effects of climate change on people’s health. The interactive website is available in English, Spanish and German. The web special is optimized for mobile devices.
Starting January 18, filmmakers from Ethiopia are invited to apply for film development funding and training.
Starting January 7, DW will be offering five TV magazines with subtitles in Hebrew as part of its comprehensive VoD lineup for audiences in Israel.
The format was launched by DW, BBC, France24 and Voice of America in April 2019 and is available on YouTube, Twitter and Instragram.
DW has launched a new video and radio format for girls and young women in Africa. Since November, the DW microphone has been given to young female reporters in 14 countries to address their questions about the future.
Until April 30, 2021 applications for the 12th intake of the Master’s Program "International Media Studies" (starting in September 2021) are being accepted.
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