This is a girl you should know: Helena Zengel is considered the wunderkind of German cinema. She has been nominated for a Golden Globe.
Following the initiative of the Berlin Academy of the Arts, cultural academies across Europe have come together to defend their independence.
How many people read newspapers? Which programme has the most viewers? Discover here how people in Germany use the media.
How important is culture during the corona crisis? Artistic Director Shermin Langhoff describes how the Gorki Theater is reaching audiences in new ways.
Start-ups are also creating a stir in the media market. Here we present three successful projects ─ and one is especially noteworthy.
Which broadcasters had the highest viewing figures and which programme is most popular? Here are some key facts about German television.
The smartphone stands for media change in Germany. It makes information and entertainment accessible anywhere and at any time.
A new podcast aims to act as a cultural guide for Asians and answer the question: “Why do Germans do that?”
Conspiracy theories are flourishing during the crisis. How to combat this? Five questions for Katharina Nocun.
How 28-year-old Mikis Weber from Bremen captured the hearts of people in this Southeast Asian country.
The Netflix series “The Queen’s Gambit” is not set in Berlin, but Berlin plays a number of roles in it. We present a selection of them.