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Watch and win with DW and Indovision
Deutsche Welle is bringing its new show Shift to Asia and accompanying it with a “watch and win” contest being run in cooperation with Indovision. Shift – Living in the Digital Age is a TV magazine that showcases the latest in Internet news – showing what’s fun and exciting in the digital world.
DW is working with Indovision on a contest that lets viewers in Indonesia watch and win. All they need to do is tune in to Shift in August and submit a contest entry online at www.indovision.tv. All contest entries will have a chance to win a third generation iPad and premium DW merchandise.
Shift is being broadcast on DW’s English language channel via satellite and is included in the lineups of more than 950 partners in Asia.
Find out more at www.dw.de/english/shift
Date2012-08-01 | 8:11
DW brings you in-depth Internet coverage
Have you tuned in to Shift yet? DW’s show covering the digital world is quickly becoming a hit. It’s a weekly TV magazine showcasing the latest Internet news – examing issues and their impact on political and business life, and society in general, while illustrating the creative spirit forging the digital world.
Date2012-05-25 | 8:19
Tagsdigital lifestyle, digital media, digital society, DW, Facebook, Internet, magazine, media center, online, Shift, TV
Talking policy in Yaroslavi
DW’s Ingo Mannteufel recently took part at this year’s Global Policy Forum in Yaroslavi, Russia. The head of DW’s Russian Service spoke about the role of the Internet in conflict situations and also moderated a panel about “Global Security in Local Conflicts”. The Forum took place from September 7-8 and focused on “The Modern State in the Age of Social Diversity”. Politicians and experts from around the world participated in the conference, which welcomed Russia’s President Dmitry Medvedev and the President of Turkey Abdullah Gül as keynote speakers.
Mannteufel spoke about “Global Media 2.0 – Role of the Internet for Global Security and Local Conflicts”, especially addressing the challenges facing the global media in the Internet era.
Date2011-09-09 | 9:39
Winners announced for The BOBs
DW today announced the winners of the 2011 Deutsche Welle Blog Awards – The BOBs.
An international jury of blog and media experts awarded honors in six multilingual categories. The awards will be presented as part of the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum on June 20, 2011 in Bonn, Germany.
Best Blog went to "A Tunisian Girl", a blog written by Lina Ben Mhenni, a 27-year-old assistant professor at the University of Tunis. She has blogged about repression and censorship in her country since 2007 – long before a popular uprising unseated former president Ben Ali. During the protests in December 2010 and January 2011 she traveled to places including Sidi Bouzid and Kasrine to document the repression and killings occurring there. She now keeps a careful watch on political developments in the new Tunisia. ().
A list of all the User Prize winners can be seen here.
DW will also be hosting a panel discussion with jury members from The BOBs later today (April 12) in Bonn.
Winners will receive their prizes at the Global Media Forum in Bonn on June 20, 2011.
Date2011-04-12 | 1:48