in addition to swr as the contracting party to this framework agreement, the framework agreement includes the following entities and public service broadcasters and their subsidiaries and associated companies, as long as the participation of the public service broadcasters amounts to at least 50%, as beneficiaries: - ard zdf deutschlandradio contribution service, - arte germany gmbh, - bavarian radio (br), - deutsche welle (dw), - germany radio (dr), - hessian broadcasting (hr), - north german broadcasting corporation (ndr), - radio bremen (rb), - broadcast berlin brandenburg (rbb), saarlndischer rundfunk (sr), - southwest broadcasting (swr), - westdeutscher rundfunk
KE[micro]ln (WDR), a German public broadcaster outlined the dreadful conditions of Nepali migrants working on the construction of numerous stadiums for the 2022 FIFA World Cup to be held in Qatar.
This has been brought to light, once again, by an investigative report published by the German broadcaster, Westdeutscher Rundfunk
Koln (WDR) on June 6.
Police did not immediately confirm or deny an initial report, by Westdeutscher Rundfunk
, Kol, does not hire out arrangements, while MCO-Hilversum does sometimes under very strict conditions like permission from the arranger and other rightholders.
Holzamer began his media career in 1931 as radio director at Westdeutscher Rundfunk
(WDR) and later served as a correspondent with the German Luftwaffe during the WWII.
(WDR) is the largest public broadcasting company in Germany with more than 4,000 employees.
Conducting his own Westdeutscher Rundfunk
Sinfonie-Orchester of Cologne, Bychkov conjures a moving, generous reading of the autobiographical Ein Heldenleben, delivered with undeniable intensity.
Antje-Karin Pieper former Legal Director of Westdeutscher Rundfunk
, said the free organisation of the media should be guaranteed and the media should be independent from the state, a point endorsed by Mercedes Echerer (Greens, Austria).
represented the seller, Westdeutscher Rundfunk
Again, we should thank Westdeutscher Rundfunk
for a project that many must have feared the dry-as-dust worst of musicological excess: settings of a rather inconsequential poem by Battista Guarini somehow fortunate enough (why?) to attract composers from the 1580s up to the turn of the 17th century, from Luzzasco Luzzaschi to Alessandro Scarlatti.
A Quinte Film production, in association with Multimedia Film, Dschoint Ventschr Filmproduktion, in cooperation with ARTE GEIE, Schweiser Fernsehen, Idee Suisse, Westdeutscher Rundfunk
. (International sales: Media Luna Entertainment, Cologne.) Produced by Mirjam Quinte.