Barbara Massing has been Deutsche Welle’s Administrative Director since 1 October 2014. Massing came to Deutsche Welle in 2006 as an Assistant to the Director of Strategy, Marketing and Distribution.
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Christian Gramsch, born in 1959, is in charge of the DW Akademie, Germany's leading international media development organization.
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Annelie Gröniger has been responsible for DW’s new compliance department since January 2016. She additionally became the company's contact person for prevention of corruption in May.
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DW's new series "African Roots" uses online comics and radio broadcasts to highlight 25 important African personalities. The project, funded by the Gerda Henkel Foundation, is aimed at young audiences.
Fleeing your homeland to start a new life in a foreign country: Saša Stanišic, Aeham Ahmad and several other artists share their stories in DW’s online and TV special “After the Escape.”
Shababtalk, DW's popular and equally controversial Arabic-language TV format, has been honored by the Anna Lindh Mediterranean Journalist Awards, winning the prize in the “Radio and TV” category.
According to § 32 of the DW Act, the Broadcasting Board represents the interests of the general public and supervises the compliance of DW with general program guidelines.
The Administrative Board supervises the management of the Director General beyond the daily program. This body consists of seven members. Peter Clever is its Chairman.
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The correspondents at DW's Brussels bureau file stories about the European Union and NATO. They also cover developments in the Benelux countries.
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Russia remains a difficult assignment for journalists reporting independently from and about the country. In Moscow, freedom of the press is not yet a given.
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