Peter Limbourg, director general of DW, and Marie-Christine Saragosse, CEO and chairwoman of FMM, met at the DW headquarters to discuss ways of strengthening their editorial cooperation regarding European media projects.
With 197 million weekly user contacts worldwide currently, DW has seen significant growth over the last year. The number of users has increased significantly, growing by 35 million users, or 22 percent.
The TV shows hosted by Jaafar Abdul Karim are a highlight of DW's Arabic-language program. After presenting the award-winning youth format Shababtalk for eight years, he will start a new weekly show at the end of July.
The new Turkish news program DW Haber will premiere on social media on July 22. On weekdays the format will be broadcast live on Periscope and YouTube.
After just two and a half months, the Turkish-language YouTube channel +90, a joint project of international broadcasters BBC, DW, France 24 and Voice of America (VOA), now has 100,000 subscribers.
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."
Hernández: 'We are still standing and we make our voices heard'
Peter Limbourg, director general of DW, met President Prokopis Pavlopoulos during a visit to Greece. Limbourg presented him with a CD featuring DW radio broadcasts from the time of the military dictatorship in Greece.
In a unique collaboration of four international broadcasters, BBC, DW, France24 and VOA have launched a Turkish-language YouTube channel in Istanbul on April 29, 2019.
More than 2,000 media professionals and decision-makers from politics and civil society, culture and education, business and science from 140 countries will discuss “Shifting powers” on May 27-28, 2019.
Launching on International Women's Day, "DW Women," Deutsche Welle's newest social media offering, will provide a broad variety of content related to women’s rights and empowerment.
Anabel Hernández is the fifth person to receive the DW Freedom of Speech Award. On May 27, the ceremony will be held at the DW Global Media Forum in Bonn. British journalist Misha Glenny will give the laudatory speech.
DW Director General Peter Limbourg and the director general of France Médias Monde (FMM), Marie-Christine Saragosse, presented their cooperation projects in the run-up to the European elections in May.
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