When: 27–28 May, 2019
Where: World Conference Center Bonn, Germany
What is it?
DW’s international conference for representatives from media, politics and civil society to exchange ideas on global trends. GMF is held once a year, and recent instalments have drawn an audience of 2000+ people.
Why are we there?
DW is hosting it, the discussed topics are highly relevant for us – and we’re going to have our own booth – or more precisely: a booth we share with Project LIMES (which is run by us and Contentflow).
Find us on the ground floor in the main building (booth #15):
Naturally, we’re not just going to hand out flyers and business cards – we’ve prepared a full program with demos, presentations, and talks:
Monday, May 27th
10:15-11:00h Welcome & Introduction to Project LIMES & DW Innovation
11:15-12:00h Blockchain & Distributed Ledgers: Project Bloomen
12:15-13:00h Algorithms & Personalization: Project CPN
13:15-14:00h Human Language Technology @ DW: news.bridge & GoURMET
14:15-15:00h Business & Data Journalism: Project euBusinessGraph
15:15-16:00h Data-Driven Journalism & Visual Journalism @ DW
16:15-17:00h Project LIMES & DW Innovation: general Q&A
Not at the LIMES/DW Innovation booth, but also closely linked to our projects and networks:
Journalists or robots? Pitching session and award ceremony of DW’s first Media Start-up Bootcamp. Selected international media start-ups present their product ideas. A jury of experts picks the winner. (14:30-15:30h, Room Addis Abeba)
Tuesday, May 28th
10:00-10:45h Project LIMES & DW Innovation – general Q&A
11:00-12:30h Content Verification – Truly Media & WeVerify
12:45-13:30h Drone Journalism & Cinematography: Project MultiDrone
13:45-15:15h VR & Immersive Media: Project V4Design
15:30-16:15h Project LIMES & DW Innovation: general Q&A
More useful links:
See you at the Global Media Forum in Bonn!