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  The Arithmeum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
concerto discreto of the Deutschlandfunk 28.01.2002 Robyn Schulkowsky
concerto discreto of the Deutschlandfunk 10.10.2005 Michala Petri and Lars Hannibal
concerto discreto of the Deutschlandfunk 16.01.2006 Gerhard Schöne
www.arithmeum.uni-bonn.de /en/events/past   (1381 words)

  
 Deutschlandfunk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1960, the Federal government proved in court that, whilst broadcasting to Germany was a Länder responsibility, broadcasting from Germany could be seen as foreign affairs and thus reserved to the Federal government.
Unlike the foreign-language service Deutsche Welle, which was also born out of the NDR and became a member of the public-broadcasting consortium ARD, Deutschlandfunk broadcast in German, targetting the GDR and German-speaking minorities in Eastern Europe.
Deutschlandfunk's schedules are largely made up of news and documentaries, covering politics, economics and science.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Deutschlandfunk   (475 words)

  
 Switch|Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Deutschlandfunk: You are an art historian yet you are working currently, for example, on constructing a data bank of virtual art; you focus on media history, on aspects of telepresence in art, even genetic art.
Deutschlandfunk: Locating and categorizing the so-called "virtual" images within art history is one issue; another fascinating question is to extrapolate, or make a prognosis, what kind of effects this unprecedented, large-scale social experiment of bombardment with virtual images will have on people.
Deutschlandfunk: Critics of cinema have called it the "dream factory" and the "illusion machine." Today, it would appear that the naive fascination with cinema has been replaced by an aesthetic and critical consumer attitude, which, however, does not preclude enjoyment.
switch.sjsu.edu /~switch/nextswitch/switch_engine/front/front.php?artc=273   (2279 words)

  
 Press release 19/04
Deutschlandfunk is the media partner of the 2004 International Conference for Renewable Energies in Bonn.
The Cologne-based broadcaster will be covering renewables 2004 from 30 May to 4 June, analysing the role of renewable energies, their economic efficiency and contribution to climate protection, and their significance in terms of development policy.
Deutschlandfunk in Cologne and DeutschlandRadio Berlin are the two parts of DeutschlandRadio, which launched its first broadcast on 1 January 1994.
www.renewables2004.de /en/press/release22.asp?page=print   (309 words)

  
 German MFA: Fischer on Policy Toward Iraq - 8-28-02
Deutschlandfunk: Last night's meeting between the US President and the Saudi Ambassador to the United States again made it clear that there is still a lack of external support for the US Administration's tough approach - albeit expressed only verbally - on Iraq.
Deutschlandfunk: The Americans justify their mistrust and at the same time their determination in relation to Iraq with the concrete threat it poses, particularly the nuclear threat.
Deutschlandfunk: One of the participants in the discussion within the US Administration is Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
www.iraqwatch.org /government/Germany/germany-mfa-fischer-082802.htm   (1044 words)

  
 DPI - Local Media Monitoring
Steiner said that Kosovo needed a 'wider autonomy' and that the European Union shouldn't forget Kosovo and the Balkans because this could be dangerous for the future of Europe and the region.
Deutschlandfunk said there is huge scepticism in the US regarding the concept of 'nation-building' and asked 'what has to be done for this process to be successful in Kosovo?' Steiner replied, 'I think that we have been successful.
When you look back at we have achieved last year: we have a government which, despite the difficulties, is functioning and remains united; we have been successful in fighting crime; and we have managed to establish legitimate structures in northern Mitrovica, which was once a grey area.
www.unmikonline.org /press/2002/mon/dec/lmm121202.htm   (2725 words)

  
 Longwave transmitter Erching - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1973 this facility was shutdown in order of the relax politics.
The German Federal Post succeeded at the workout of the waveplan of Geneva in getting a new frequency for this transmitter and to use it for broadcasting the program of Deutschlandfunk.
Because directional radiation was required at night times for which a second aerial mast had to be errected, which was impossible because of the planned (and 1992 opened) new Munich International Airport, the transmitter had to be shutdown at night time.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Longwave_transmitter_Erching   (237 words)

  
 Tori On German radio-station Deutschlandfunk (DLF) - May 18, 1998   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Tori On German radio-station Deutschlandfunk (DLF) - May 18, 1998
On May 18, 1998, there was a Tori interview aired on German radio Deutschlandfunk (DLF) on a show called Rock et Cetera.
I have a report on the interview and some interesting quotes.
www.thedent.com /dlf.html   (586 words)

  
 Goethe-Institut USA - Media and Information - The Press, Radio and TV   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
While print media consumption has steadily declined over the past 20 years, radio and TV have markedly expanded their shares of the media market by about one-third.
The radio waves in West Germany underwent a sea change in the mid-’80s when the first commercial stations were licensed.
In the high-brow public radio sector, DeutschlandRadio Berlin and the Cologne-based Deutschlandfunk were successfully positioned in the course of the restructuring of East German radio after German reunification in 1990.
www.goethe.de /ins/us/kug/mui/prt/en14907.htm   (824 words)

  
 Lithuanian Music Information and Publishing Centre   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Forum neuer Musik Köln 2004, recently held at the Deutschlandfunk Sendesaal in Cologne from March 12 to 14, included one evening devoted entirely to composers from the Baltic countries.
On March 13, the concert, entitled Baltikum-Projekt, featured works by three Lithuanian composers: Bronius Kutavicius' Clocks of the Past I for guitar and string quartet, Osvaldas Balakauskas' Odyssey from B to C for flute, guitar and string quartet, and Raminta Serksnyte's Mirage for guitar solo.
He has also invited her to the composition workshop in Münster, in the beginning of June, where she will deliver lectures and her works will be presented at a monographic concert.
www.mic.lt /08_13.htm   (328 words)

  
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These are sea weather forecasts and navigational warnings, the phone number belongs to an answer machine where they are available anytime, and the whole thing is read out in the same style as by the operators of the now defunct Norddeich Radio maritime station.
Times for these broadcasts are at present 2305, 0440 and 0905, during winter one UT hour later of course; they are carried on 177, 1269, 6005 and 6190, and they are performed by the Deutschlandfunk news announcer on duty.
After 1990 the then Deutschlandsender Kultur started to rebroadcast the Deutschlandfunk weather forecasts; they were fed through a regular circuit to Berlin, recorded and at another time played in a studio dedicated for the 177 output.
www.worldofradio.com /dxld4156.txt   (11827 words)

  
 Concerto Koln (Instrumntal Ensemble) - Short History
The group is particularly interested in reviving unknown or rarely performed works, and to this end joined forces with Deutschlandfunk (a German radio) in 1992 to found the Festtage Alte Musik Köln (Cologne Festival of Early Music).
Since 1994 the festival has been run in association with Deutschlandfunk's successor, Deutschlandradio.
In that year, the focus was on Gaetano Brunetti and the "Return of a Great Court Composer", while the 1995 festival was devoted to Pietro Antonio Locatelli.
www.bach-cantatas.com /Bio/Concerto-Koln.htm   (494 words)

  
 Longwave radio signals during a leap second
In the recording two such stations are present: Deutschlandfunk on 153 kHz, and France Inter on 162 kHz.
However, Deutschlandfunk's timing is weird: their last pip is way to early, it already starts before the leap second has started!
Listening today (2nd January, at 20:00 UTC), Deutschlandfunk's time pips are nicely synchronized to DCF77, with the start of the long pip at the start of the hour.
wwwhome.cs.utwente.nl /~ptdeboer/ham/sdr/leapsecond.html   (784 words)

  
 Discussion Forum
Today's concert will be broadcast by the radiostation Deutschlandfunk on July 19 at 21:05 CEST (equals 8:05pm BST, 7:05pm GMT, the rest of you have to calculate yourself).
When the programme is available via internet I will place a link in time.
I liked the part of the concert I could listen to (just the last five pieces) very much, but could not record anything.
www.kingssingers.com /discus/messages/14/304.html?1122122207   (463 words)

  
 UCOG Today » Blog Archive » A German Pope   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
6:10 pm: As I arrive at the "Staples" store, the "Deutschlandfunk" announces that the bells of St. Peter’s in the Vatican are ringing, confirming the white smoke i.e.
The station announces that the name of the new pope will be known within 20-30 minutes.
6:50 pm: As I enter the northern suburbs of Cologne, the "Deutschlandfunk" is now carrying the voice of new Pope Benedict XVI – Germany’s Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the first truly German pope in about 1000 years – as he completes the blessing "Urbi et Orbi" from the window of the papal apartment at St. Peter’s.
www.ucog.org /blog?p=8   (573 words)

  
 German defence minister cancels trip to USA 'at short notice'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Defence Minister [Peter] Struck has cancelled a trip to the United States, which had been planned for next week, at short notice.
In addition, the meeting with Annan could not be arranged.
Source: Deutschlandfunk radio, Cologne, in German 1100 gmt 18 Jun 05
news.monstersandcritics.com /mediamonitor/printer_1016504.php   (142 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | Business | German budget '15bn euros short'
Germany has a 15bn euro (£10.8bn; $17.7bn) hole in the heart of its budget, the country's finance minister has acknowledged amid demonstrations against painful economic reforms.
Hans Eichel told the Deutschlandfunk radio station on Sunday that three years of slow growth had led to the problem.
With the situation so grave, no option could be excluded to fill the gap, he said, adding: "There must be no taboos."
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/business/2936378.stm   (322 words)

  
 FT.com | TotalSearch | Global Archive | Article
Text of report by German Deutschlandfunk radio on 6 October
The sites in question are those at Biblis, Philippsburg, Grafenrheinfeld, Ohu und Grundremmingen.
Source: Deutschlandfunk radio, Cologne, in German 1500 gmt 6 Oct 01
www.nci.org /01/10/06-7.htm   (125 words)

  
 DXing.info :: Miscou DXpedition 2003
153 GERMANY Deutschlandfunk Donebach OCT 8 2139 – Good with woman in German.
756 GERMANY Deutschlandfunk Braunschweig OCT 8 0144 – Presumed the one here with classical music.
1422 GERMANY Deutschlandfunk Heusweiler OCT 8 2139 – Weak with woman speaking in German.
www.dxing.info /dxpeditions/miscou2003.dx   (2578 words)

  
 Discussion Forum
I had the chance to attend the concert in Potsdam yesterday, and it was recorded by the radio station Deutschlandfunk.
Oh, and make sure you click on the links for Deutschlandfunk, not Deutschlandradio!
I will be sure to try to catch this broadcast.
www.kingssingers.com /discus/messages/14/184.html?1049290751   (377 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | Programmes | Crossing Continents | Rosie Goldsmith biography
Rosie Goldsmith is a regular presenter of Crossing Continents, and A World in Your Ear, and has also presented the arts programmes Front Row and Open Book.
She has reported from many parts of the world for the BBC, NPR, Deutsche Welle and Deutschlandfunk, speaks several languages and has lived in Germany, France, South Africa and the USA.
Rosie is an experienced radio producer with several award-winning, well-known programmes under her belt: Eurofile, Asiafile, a series for the 10th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall, Sonya's Story, and Remembering Alistair Cooke, the radio obituary.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/programmes/crossing_continents/2892541.stm   (314 words)

  
 Letters from Western front commemorate end of WWI
BONN, Germany (AP) – Every morning for a month, German and French radio will read a letter sent home from the front during World War I to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the truce ending the war, organizers said yesterday.
The project, coordinated by Germany's Deutschlandfunk radio and Radio France, will convey events along the Western front from 1914-18 as described by soldiers in the trenches, Deutschlandfunk said.
The German broadcasts will begin Nov. 2, and the French one week later.
www.recordonline.com /1998/10/22/apfromfr.htm   (138 words)

  
 Special exhibitions
The exhibition "Staging Radio Drama" by Deutschlandradio and the Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin employs images, recordings and technological exhibits to reveal the complex production process behind the radio play.
Around fifty fl-and-white art photographs taken on set at Deutschlandradio Kultur and Deutschlandfunk show actors and musicians hard at work in the recording studio - which they also turn into a stage.
This special exhibition is a cooperation between the GDTM, the "Deutschlandfunk" and "Deutschlandradio Kultur".
www.dtmb.de /Aktuelles/Sonderausstellungen/body_en.html   (238 words)

  
 Germany   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Text of report by German Deutschlandfunk radio on 8 July
The Amnesty International human rights organization has accused the international armed forces and police forces in Kosovo of failure.
The Amnesty representative opposed the German interior minister's intention to deport Serbs, Roma, and Ashkali from Kosovo, who live in Germany.
www.slobodan-milosevic.org /news/dfr070804.htm   (112 words)

  
 Interviews - Germany helps hurricane victims – Interview on Deutschlandfunk with Karsten Voigt, Coordinator of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Interviews - Germany helps hurricane victims – Interview on Deutschlandfunk with Karsten Voigt, Coordinator of German-American Cooperation at the Federal Foreign Office, 5 September 2005 (excerpts)
Germany helps hurricane victims – Interview on Deutschlandfunk with Karsten Voigt, Coordinator of German-American Cooperation at the Federal Foreign Office, 5 September 2005 (excerpts)
That’s a long list, and it includes some measures which can help now and others that are of a more long-term nature, for when infrastructure is being rebuilt.
www.auswaertiges-amt.de /www/en/ausgabe_archiv?archiv_id=7590   (1033 words)

  
 John McGuire, Nonpop New Music Composer
12, Cologne, 1985: 33-35 (originally written for radio, Deutschlandfunk, December 5, 1982).
18, Cologne, 1987: 20-22 (originally written for radio, Deutschlandfunk, December 12, 1986).
20, Cologne, 1987: 43-45 (originally written for radio, Deutschlandfunk, January 14, 1987).
kalvos.org /mcguire.html   (1205 words)

  
 GERMAN COURT RULING ON MYKONOS KILLINGS: THE IRANIAN DILEMMA
Cologne's national radio Deutschlandfunk said: "For much too long, the law and the noble principles of human rights have been subordinated to national interests." But others--mostly hailing from Muslim and Arab countries and, notably, Russia--were critical of Germany and the EU's "anti-Iran" action.
National radio station Deutschlandfunk of Cologne (4/10) concluded: "Never before has a court in Europe characterized the Iranian government so clearly as a rogue state....
Whoever wants to maintain the so-called 'critical dialogue' with Iran after this verdict must face the accusation of trying to boost the reputation of a criminal regime....
www.fas.org /irp/news/1997/970416-mr.htm   (5477 words)

  
 Interviews - Interview with Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Federal Foreign Minister, on Deutschlandfunk radio, 5 February 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Interviews - Interview with Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Federal Foreign Minister, on Deutschlandfunk radio, 5 February 2006
Interview with Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Federal Foreign Minister, on Deutschlandfunk radio, 5 February 2006
Interview with Federal Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung of 6 March 2006: The nuclear conflict with Iran, the situation in Iraq and European prospects
www.auswaertiges-amt.de /www/en/ausgabe_archiv?archiv_id=8089   (3695 words)

  
 Bloomberg.com: Germany
June 13 (Bloomberg) -- The German cabinet approved sending troops to Uganda to assist United Nations peacekeepers seeking to curb violence and ethnic fighting over land in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Some 350 German soldiers will assist French troops in Congo by providing logistical and medical help from Uganda, Defense Minister Peter Struck told radio broadcaster Deutschlandfunk earlier today.
The lower house of parliament will next week vote on whether German troops should join the peacekeeping force.
quote.bloomberg.com /apps/news?pid=10000100&sid=aKtlfIR_u3rA&refer=germany   (243 words)

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