Media in Berlin
Berlin is a major media centre in Germany and Europe.
It is home to many international and regional television and radio stations. The public broadcaster RBB has its headquarters in Berlin next to...
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TRN TV
TRN TV is an entertainment channel broadcast from Berlin, Germany.
TRN TV along with TRN HD broadcast programming from the USA and UK with both English and German audio soundtracks. Most programs ...
Suhrkamp Verlag
Suhrkamp Verlag is a German publishing house, established in 1950 and generally acknowledged as one of the leading European publishers of fine literature. Its roots go back to the "arianized" part of ...
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VIVA Germany
VIVA (formerly: VIVA – das Musikfernsehen) is a free-to-air German-language music television channel, first broadcast on 1 December 1993. A consortium of broadcasters and record companies led by Time ...
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Deutscher Fernseh-Rundfunk
Deutscher Fernseh Rundfunk (German Television Broadcasting) was a German television service that first aired on March 22nd 1935. It used an early electro-mechanical system, based around the intermedia...
XXP
XXP was a German documentary TV station with its headquarters in Berlin.It was started in 2001 by Spiegel TV and dctp together and showed documentaries, magazines and reports, discussions and intervie...
Rundfunk der DDR
Rundfunk der DDR (English: Radio of the GDR), 1990 till 1991 Funkhaus Berlin (English: Broadcasting Center Berlin), was the radio broadcasting organisation for the German Democratic Republic (...
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Panzerbär
Der Panzerbär – Kampfblatt für die Verteidiger Groß-Berlins was a German daily tabloid newspaper printed in the final days of the European theater of World War II in Berlin.Published by the Ullstein-V...
Kladderadatsch
Kladderadatsch (onomatopoeic for "Crash") was a satirical German-language magazine first published in Berlin on May 7, 1848, and appearing "daily, except for weekdays". It was founded by Albert Hofman...
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Ulk
The German satirical magazine Ulk was printed from 1872 until 1933 by the publisher Rudolf Mosse.Initially it was an independent weekly paper as Wochenblatt für Humor und Satire. It was a supplement t...
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Schwarzkopf & Schwarzkopf Verlag
Schwarzkopf ("black head" in German) refers to:
Svenska Utlandstidningen
Svenska Utlandstidningen was a weekly newspaper for non-resident Swedes published between January 1908 and April 1913.
Svenska Utlandstidningen was initially published from Berlin by Schwedische Z...
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Fernsehsender Paul Nipkow
The Fernsehsender "Paul Nipkow" (TV Station Paul Nipkow) in Berlin, Germany was the first public television station in the world. It was on the air from March 22, 1935 until it was shut down in 1944. ...
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Haus des Rundfunks
The Haus des Rundfunks ("House of Broadcasting"), located in the Westend district of Berlin, Germany, is the oldest self-contained broadcasting house in the world. It was designed by Hans Poelzig in 1...
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Die Weltbühne
Die Weltbühne (English: "The World Stage") was a German weekly magazine focused on politics, art, and business. The Weltbühne was founded in Berlin on 7 September 1905 by Siegfried Jacobsohn and was o...
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Allgemeine Zeitung des Judentums
Allgemeine Zeitung des Judentums (formerly (until May 1903) Allgemeine Zeitung des Judenthums) was a Jewish German magazine devoted to Jewish interests; founded in 1837 by Ludwig Philippson (1811–89);...
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Verlag für Geowissenschaften Berlin
Verlag für Geowissenschaften Berlin is a German scientific publisher of titles relating to the geological sciences, founded in 1998. It was originally established as a publishing arm associated with a...
Siegessäule (magazine)
Siegessäule is a German magazine for Berlin's LGBT community. Its name is derived from the Siegessäule (victory column), a monument in Berlin, which is phallically shaped and located near a cruising a...
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DU&ICH
DU or variants may refer to:
Die Freiheit (1918)
Die Freiheit ('Freedom') was a daily newspaper published from Berlin between 1918 and 1922. Die Freiheit was the organ of the Independent Social Democratic Party of Germany (USPD). Rudolf Hilferding w...
Pan (magazine)
Pan was an arts and literary magazine, published from 1895 to 1900 in Berlin by Otto Julius Bierbaum and Julius Meier-Graefe. The magazine was revived by Paul Cassirer in 1910, published by his Pan-Pr...
Pan (magazine) - Wikipedia
Sender Freies Berlin
Sender Freies Berlin (SFB) (English: Radio Free Berlin) was the ARD public radio and television service for West Berlin from 1 June 1954 until 1990 and for Berlin as a whole from German reunificat...
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Exberliner
Exberliner is an English-language magazine published in Berlin. It is published monthly (except for the July/August double issue) and available for €2.90 at newsstands around the city or by subscripti...
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Rundfunkhaus
Rundfunkhaus was a radio station based in Berlin. It was used for broadcasting Nazi propaganda by the Ministry of Propaganda.Broadcasters included: -
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Sozialistische Arbeiter-Zeitung
Sozialistische Arbeiter-Zeitung ('Socialist Workers Newspaper', abbreviated SAZ) was a daily newspaper published in Germany between 1931 and 1933. SAZ was the central organ of the Socialist Workers Pa...
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