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Jan Böhmermann wurde sein “Kunstwerk” zum Verhängnis. War es aber nicht doch recht amüsant?

Das berühmte Schmähgedicht von Jan Böhmermann hat ausreichend für Wirbel gesorgt, sowohl in der in- als auch ausländischen Presse. 411 more words

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Germany will allow the prosecution of a comedian who mocked Turkey’s President

Germany’s Angela Merkel agreed on Friday to allow prosecutors to pursue a case against a German comedian who mocked Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan.

Cult comedian, Jan Böhmermann recited a satire poem during a show on the German public broadcaster ZDF on March 31 suggesting Erdogan hits girls, watches child pornography and engages in bestiality. 55 more words

Freedom Of Speech

The Real Power of Satire

Thank you Jan Böhmermann! The German comedian is now being threatened with prosecution. That has Turkish President and wannabe sultan, notorious Islamist Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, demanded. 165 more words

Germany lives in the old media age?

Germans simply love bureaucracy. It is the kind of love I’ll never understand, because I’m coming from the society with dysfunctional bureaucracy, where’s more important who  you know than having all necessary papers. 654 more words

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How Europe's Broadcasters Reworked Schedules to React to Brussels Attacks

LONDON — European broadcasters have been scrambling to keep up with events in Brussels over the past two days. Variety looks at how they adapted to the fast-moving events, reworking schedules to make room for extended newscasts and special programming. 915 more words

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