Wir suchen ab spätestens 1. Februar 2018 einen "Head of Communication" (w/m), der mit Begeisterung für Themen rund um das Web & die digitale Gesellschaft gut vernetzt ist und die re:publica mit Berlin und dem Rest der Welt connected. Gestalte die kommunikative Zukunft der re:publica mit!
Certainly, the Internet of Things (Iot) was a hot topic at re:publica Dublin. Read more about the "Trust me! The need for security and transparency in innovation age".
We are looking to fill three internship positions starting 1 December 2017 and in January/February 2018. You should be enthusiastic and interested in themes focusing on the internet and digital society and be prepared to support the programme planning for the twelfth re:publica.
It’s only been a month since re:publica headed out on its digital field trip across Europe. We touched down in Dublin for the #rpDUB from 7 - 8 September and then headed straight on to Thessaloniki for #rpTHE from 11 - 13 September. Watch our re:cap Videos here.
At #MCB17, Adam B. Ellick answered our questions about the recent developments in journalism, and the new set of skills this requires of reporters, the importance of brand awareness and audience development and the balance of entertainment and "serious" reporting.
Throughout his career, John Gaeta has managed to harness the latest technologies for creative storytelling. In our vodeo interview, her tells us about what drives him in his creative work.
Tomorrow at 10:30 a.m., Berlin's governing mayor Michael Müller will open MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin and re:publica. The two events taking place simultaneously at STATION Berlin are once again expecting about 8,000 visitors from over 60 countries. Here's a short run-down of some speaker and programme highlights.
Jim Egan, CEO, BBC Global News Ltd, will be part of the MCB17-Panel on Journalism caught in a credibility dilemma. In our interview, he talks about how the media landscape changed in the last ten years. He also explains the BBC’s strategy in these times, where reputable media outlets find it increasingly challenging to make themselves heard over the noise.