Our media partner DCTP.TV has interviewed a selection of speakers at #rp15 about their topics. In the following video in a series Philip Banse of DCTP.TV talks to Bernhard Pörksen about his talk, "Die fünfte Gewalt", which was held at MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin.
Music and the digital world have been deeply entwined for some time now. For everyone who missed the first re:cord music day at the #rp15, we made a short summary (with audio podcasts from the sessions, of course).
Our media partner DCTP.TV has interviewed a selection of speakers at #rp15 about their topics. In the following video Philip Banse talks to Julia Huke and Ulrich Tausend about Minecraft for educational purposes.
During re:publica 2015, creatives from the fashion world mingled with technologists at #FASHIONTECH BERLIN, a one-day sub-conference with an additional Lab open on all three days of #rp15. On July 8th 2015, during Fashionweek Berlin, the third edition will take place!
Hoax campaigns and immersive journalism, “slow media types” and the IS, or youngsters that explain the Internet to you: The #rp15 curated Stage 6 @ MEDIA CONVENTION brought plenty of lively debate, fun and ideas all about the media to the re:publica on May 5th and 6th.
Several generations and nations discussed the connection of (school) education and technology in the track re:learn at the re:publica 2015. The tendency was clear: We must be more courageous when it comes to applying technologies in the context of learning.
Our media partner DCTP.TV has interviewed a selection of speakers at #rp15 about their topics. What happens with our data when we die? Today Philip Banse talks to Agnieszka M. Walorska about our digital afterlife.
7000 people in one place over the course of three days – inevitably some things will get lost. Luckily we have found some of them!
The motto Finding Europe at the re:publica 2015 might well be the most political motto of the re:publica so far. Stronger than in previous years, the motto dominated the program of this year's conference.
Our media partner DCTP.TV has interviewed a selection of speakers at #rp15 about their topics. In the following video in a series Philip Banse talks to Frank Rieger, spokesperson of Chaos Computer Club (CCC), about regulation and surveillance.
There is no question that journalism has been changing for quite some time now. But which formats will shape the market in the future? How can journalism survive? These issues were discussed at the bpb's (the Federal Agency for Civic Education's) theme track concerning journalism.
Our media partner DCTP.TV has done interviews with selected speakers of re:publica 2015 about their topics. Philip Banse talks to James Pallot about "Immersive Journalism".