re:publica 2017

re:publica 2017



We welcome Federal Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Andrea Nahles to this year’s re:publica. In her session she will be focusing on the digitalisation of the workplace. 


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14 tracks, 500 hours, 700 speakers – keeping an overview with this much on offer isn’t easy, but we’ll be taking you through it, bit by bit. The programme team presents the #rp17.


We would like to present you Orit Halpern as our next #rp17 speaker: her work combines the history of science, computer science, design and cybernetics to engage global challenges with creative ideas. In the process, she critically evaluates the current fixation on ‘big data’.

Media Convention


Welche Formate werden in der TV-Branche diskutiert? Marcel Amruschkewitz (VOX) stellt in seiner #MCB17-Session sehenswerte Formate und kuriose Auswüchse aktueller internationaler TV-Produktion vor.


Wie unterscheiden wir Fake-News, Satire und Fakten? Wie stärkt der Journalismus seine Glaubwürdigkeit und dringt zu den Nutzern durch? Niddal Salah-Eldin, Head of Social Media bei WELTN24, diskutiert auf der #MCB17 zum Thema Fakenews. 


VFX-Legend John Gaeta, NYT Video Strategist Adam Ellick and Oxford Media Scientist Rasmus Kleis Nielsen – these speakers for MCB17 are promising top-notch keynote speeches, discussions and fireside chats.


Rasmus Kleis Nielsen is Director of Research at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford and serves as Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Press/Politics. In our video interview, he introduces us to the topic of the keynote he will hold at #MCB17.  

Speakers re:publica 2017

Rädchen im Getriebe
Die Startup Illusion: Wie die Internet- Ökonomie unseren Sozialstaat ruiniert
Teaching and Research Staff Member
Research Lead
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Partners of re:publica 2017

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