These are the most popular apps and media habits of German digital natives.
Will algorithms replace classical journalism? Experts talk about digital media.
Discover here whether men or women spend more time on the Internet, and how many people in Germany actually use WhatsApp.
The journalist Julia Leeb makes news into a virtual reality experience. She ‘beams’ her viewers into the jungle or to the centre of a refugee camp.
Young people want to live in cities – don’t they? We asked young Germans and received some surprising replies.
The geographer Gerhard Henkel believes that democracy is at risk from rural exodus and the demise of villages. We describe the state in which Germany’s villages find themselves.
An expert in urban development explains how growing cities will remain liveable and how lifestyles and mobility will have to change.
Sad, witty, moving: Young Israelis and Germans write about what they experienced in the other country.
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What can art do when political dialogue breaks down? Three prominent figures from the world of culture give their responses.
These are the first scholarship holders to move into the Thomas Mann House in Los Angeles.