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Re:publica Presentations Available as Video

Re:publica Presentations Available as Video

Three researchers from the Leibniz Institute for Media Research presented the findings of their research at this year's re:publica in Berlin. You can watch the presentations in full length on YouTube.
Julia Behre spoke in a panel discussion about news fatigue and how media companies deal with it. Other panel participants were Sara Maria Manzo from Tagesschau, Monika Pilath, head of news at Zeit Online and Susanne Amann from the investigative team at DER SPIEGEL.
How are things going for German journalism?
Journalism researchers Anna von Garmissen and Wiebke Loosen presented the findings of their latest study on the state of German journalism.

re:publica is a conference on digital society, internet culture and internet politics. It has been held once a year in Berlin since 2007 and is considered the largest of its kind in Europe.
(Hamburg, 20 June 2024)


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