FOCUS SESSION: THE FUTURE OF MUSIC JOURNALISM IN GERMANY
The Focus Session in German language on 2 Sep starting at 4 pm on our digital conference streaming platform, will again have a packed 3-hour program to you on a specific and relevant topic of the music industry: The Future of Music Journalism in Germany
In several talks music journalists and media experts will discuss the acute, current and expected working realities of music journalism in Germany.
What have the Corona months changed? Where does the enthusiasm for audio formats like podcasts come from? Why are the public broadcasters increasingly cutting cultural journalism from their programmes? Is it still possible to earn money with music journalism? How does music journalism work on YouTube, Twitter, Instagram or TikTok? How diverse has music journalism become?
To participate in the Focus Session on 2 September, just log in to our platform with your valid account or click here for ticket info.
4:00 PM - 4:20 PM How was your year? Music journalism in the pandemic
4:20 PM - 4:50 PM Will the podcast save radio?
with Christoph Lindemann, Head of Music, PULS / Bayerischer Rundfunk
Anna Bühler, Co-Founder, Ball and Kidney
Jan M, musician, podcast host, Tocotronic, "Reflektor" at Viertausendhertz
4:50 PM - 5:30 PM Who wants to pay for this? Music journalism on the brink of bankruptcy
with Aida Baghernejad, freelance music journalist, podcaster, researcher; Rene Martens, journalist, author
5:30 PM - 6:05 PM The feuilleton of others - Where is the new pop criticism coming from?
with Fionn Birr, freelance music journalist and podcast host, "Discothesen".
Melanie Gollin, freelance music journalist, newsletter "Zwischen Zwei und Vier", zine "Peeing in the shower"; Marcus B, freelance media journalist and lecturer, newsletter "Understanding TikTok".
6:05 PM - 6:10 PM The International Music Journalism Award 6:10 PM - 6:20 PM Gabriele Werth on Ingeborg Schober
with Gabriele Werth, Editor, Ingeborg Schober: The Future Was Yesterday
6:20 PM - 7:00 PM Future and Empowerment in Music Journalism
with Melanie Gollin, freelance music journalist, newsletter "Zwischen Zwei und Vier", zine "Peeing in the shower
Christoph Reimann, editor Tonart, Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Malcolm Ohanwe, Journalist, BR
Konstantina Vassiliou-Enz, CEO, New German Media Makers