#rp14 to go – Our Live Streaming Service
18 stages, 350 sessions and 250 hours of programme – quite a challenge, even for conference veterans. Perhaps you have to change locations during the event, or maybe can’t attend re:publica at all this year. Don’t worry: this year we have partnered with numerous live streaming services, which will broadcast the events happening on the stage straight to your mobile or stationary devices.
An overview of our rp14 live streams:
In cooperation with SPIEGEL Online, all session on our main stage (Stage 1) will be broadcast live on SPON and on re-publica.de.
Our partner VerbaVoice will provide barrier free German subtitles for the main stage.
Stage 2 – 6 & A - J
Sessions on Stage 2 – 6 will be filmed and published on our YouTube channel.
Through the support from Voice Republic, all sessions from Stage 2 – 6 & A – J will be audio-streamed. All streams will be compiled into a Voice Republic podcast, following the event.
Video & Audio Streams by our media partners:
The MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin programme will be streamed online via Berliner Morgenpost.
As last year, the Sendezentrum will produce the Sondersendung. From 18:00 – 20:00 on all re:publica days, this podcast magazine, featuring multiple moderators, will collect the daily events, reports and interviews with guests, participants and organisers.
Philipp Banse will once again invite speakers, organisers and visitors to interview for dctp.tv. The videos will be streamed live on dctp.tv as well on the rp14 live stream during the main stage intervals.
The social TV channel Joiz will also be on location and report on the full events.
Under the motto WHAT WE LEARNT. Don’t complain, do it better. the MIZ_innovationspace will engage in constructive and participative debates on the future of television. The full programme will be broadcast by ALEX TV.
We’d like to say a huge thank you to all partners and service providers who supported us this year with the numerous live streams, which will broadcast re:publica out INTO THE WORLD.
Photo: re:publica/Gregor Fischer (CC BY-SA 2.0)