Presenting: The #rpTEN Newsroom

Something new at our anniversary edition! re:publica TEN will be covered by DJS students and trainees from Bayerischer Rundfunk, who will be providing a stream of news and video reports throughout the event from our newsroom.

Over the past two years, students from Munich's DJS journalism school summarised re:publica highlights in form of the re:ader, the “world's fastest produced book” which was available for download by the very next day. For re:publica's 10th anniversary we've redeveloped the cooperation format with the DJS and the Berliner Zeitung. This year, the newsroom on the re:publica website will provide text and video coverage of the conference's talks and topics, allowing participants at STATION and fans from afar to gain a quick overview of each conference day. 15 journalism students and 4 trainees from Bayrischer Rundfunk will be working live on site at our newsroom at STATION Berlin, together with the Fink & Fuchs Public Relations agency. Each conference day will be accompanied by reports on talks and tracks from various stages. Formats will vary from classic articles to short-form portraits and video clips. We want to make sure that re:publica's most important happenings are covered through news articles and supported by multi-medial reports, video coverage, voice-overs and news from the Twitter-sphere.

All material from the three event days will be published on the same day in German and English and made available to all under the “News” section of our website. Updates will be provided via the usual social media channels. We are excited to offer you yet more coverage and insights into all of the happenings at our conference.

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