How many people read newspapers? Which programme has the most viewers? Discover here how people in Germany use the media.
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.
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.
You can also get to know German literature at the cinema or via a streaming service – here are some successful film adaptations of great works.
What is the situation on the German book market? What books are people buying and what role is the coronavirus playing? We have the answers for you.
People who learn German know Goethe and Kafka, but contemporary literature is better suited for language acquisition. We present the best methods.