The talk show focuses on strong Arab women and their personal success stories. The third season started in late October.
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At the closing ceremony of the Egypt Media Forum (EMF) on Monday night, DW presenter and reporter Jaafar Abdul Karim received a special award as an acknowledgement of his successful Arab-Language show JaafarTalk.
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The DW Broadcasting Council discussed on November 25 the coverage of the war of aggression against Ukraine, the improvement of DW programming accessibility and the threats against journalists from DW's Persian service.
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DW's latest English-language vodcast Global Eyes, is launching on November 26. Two hosts get to the bottom of global security policy issues. With their guests, they explore how these issues affect people's daily lives.
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History, environment, travel and performing arts – and much more! Here's a list of the can't-miss documentaries still to come this year.
Stunning scenery, history and traditional food are on the menu as DW strikes out on a second season of the travel series, Destination Culture – Exploring Germany, featuring Brandenburg,Thuringia and Rhineland-Palatinate.
With 291 million weekly user contacts worldwide, DW's program offerings remain stable despite censorship affecting access to its services in several countries.
Evelyn Sharma is back with a second season of her English-speaking podcast, Love Matters, a DW and The Indian Express production.
Helena Kaschel has been named as one of the "Hidden Stars 2022" by the German medium magazine. With this award, the journalism magazine recognizes people who work predominantly in the background.
365 broadcast slots per year, several award-winning documentaries, successful video-on-demand channels and nearly 11 million subscribers across all platforms and channels.
'Music Under the Swastika: The Maestro and the Cellist of Auschwitz' debuts November 9 at the Delphi Filmpalast in Berlin in the presence of Claudia Roth, the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.
DW's InfoMigrants has been awarded Silver at the 2022 Lovie Awards for its feature podcast 'Tales from the Border' in the category Documentary Podcast. The awards were announced on November 2.
According to several news agencies, the Iranian government wants to sanction European politicians, journalists, institutions and companies.
Researchers in Botswana and South Africa, who separately identified the COVID-19 omicron variant, are the winners of the 2022 German Africa Award.
Peter Limbourg: "Content from this region will contribute to reinforcing education about antisemitism and Jewish life."
After the rockets comes the propaganda — pro-Russian voices have claimed that wounded people in Kyiv were just actors staging their suffering. But a DW fact check shows that the victims are real.
Launching today on DW Russian, the "DW Novosti Show" podcast will be hosted by high-profile radio producers Tatiana Felgenhauer and Alexandr Plyushchev.
As DW's Russian service celebrates its 60th anniversary, its news offer remains blocked in Russia. First introduced during the Cold War, Russia's renewed attempt at censorship has so far failed.
Deutsche Welle (DW) will relocate its Moscow-based broadcast operations to Latvia following the closure of its Moscow bureau and the withdrawal of its staff's accreditation by the Russian government.
Following allegations of antisemitism against some DW employees and distributors, the general management developed a comprehensive action plan and presented the status of implementation to the Broadcasting Council today.
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The latest issue of DW's Weltzeit is available to read digitally. The new title "Special journalistic operation: War in Europe" covers censorship, frontline reporting, espionage, cyber security and much more.
Weltzeit: As world leaders demand that Russia put an end to the war in Ukraine, Human Rights Watch Executive Director Kenneth Roth calls for international action to stop China's human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
Founded in 2014, the Riga-based news website Meduza is the only major independent Russian media outlet that continues to report on the war in Ukraine. Its co-founder Ivan Kolpakov contributed this essay to Weltzeit.
Putin's invasion of Ukraine has unleashed its own interpretive battle online, an unprecedented confrontation of military force and media power. An essay by media scholar Bernhard Pörksen.
Since the 2013 Gezi Park Istanbul protests in Turkey, nothing has been the same. Erdogan's declaration of war against independent media coincides with this milestone, writes DW Editor Bülent Mumay for DW's Weltzeit.
In this essay contributed to DW's Weltzeit, Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Programme David Beasley explores the wider repercussions of the war in Ukraine on global food security.
On June 20 and 21, the Global Media Forum explores opportunities to foster resilient journalism in times of crisis. Learn more here and join us in Bonn or online.
Since 2015, the DW Freedom of Speech Award has honored a media person or initiative that has shown outstanding promotion of freedom rights.
DW honors Ukrainian journalists Mstyslav Chernov and Evgeniy Maloletka with Freedom of Speech Award at GMF in Bonn.
MethodKit for Podcasts was developed with experts from around the world to support the development and production of podcasts. The kit will be officially launched at the PodcastDay24 Conference in London on October 4.
Filmmakers from Ethiopia, Tanzania and Uganda are invited to apply for DW Akademie Film Development Fund.
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