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You want to know more about DW's work and organization? You want to learn about the editorial daily routine of one of the multilingual media? If so, you are at the right place.
In our headquarters in Bonn, we create multimedia content and products in more than 30 languages for users from all over the world. Our staff comprises more than 60 different nations.
The headquarters in Bonn offers a unique working atmosphere. The building bears similarities to a city.
DW's headquarters in Bonn owes its unique flair to the architect Prof. Joachim Schuermann. In the picture with Catherine Beckmann, head of DW's visitor service.
With us, you can experience how does it feel to be a radio host for a day. In our radio studios, you can improvise and be adventurous.
Have a glimpse behind the curtains. How to produce a TV show and why teamwork is so important – don't hesitate to ask your questions.
DW News is a TV show produced in our bureau in Berlin. What is real and what is virtual? Is the table real? And what is happening behind the host. We will shed light on all secrets of television.
News business or company strategy – you ask, we answer. Send us your topics of interest. We will create a lively venue for discussion with experienced experts and program creators working at DW.
Learn about the world of DW!
… and are looking forward to your visit.
Der Besucherservice führt Sie gerne durch die Vielfalt der Deutschen Welle!
Deutsche Welle's headquarters in Bonn is located on the banks of the Rhine River. In Berlin, DW has offices and studios on Voltastrasse and Schiffbauerdamm - at the heart of high-tech and politics.
First steps upon arrival in Germany - DW tells you what you need to know.
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