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1Live is a radio station of Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR) and thus part of the public broadcasting network ARD. The programme and music selection are geared towards a young audience. 1Live can be received terrestrially, via satellite and cable and as an internet live stream, reaching around four million people every day. This makes 1Live the most successful young communication platform in Germany and Western Europe.

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Acer Deutschland

As one of the world’s leading ICT companies, Acer is present in around 160 countries. From service-oriented technologies and the Internet of Things to gaming and virtual reality, Acer’s more than 7,000 employees are dedicated to researching, designing, marketing, selling and supporting products and solutions, and striving to break down barriers between people and technology.

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The public broadcasting channel ARTE is operated in German-French cooperation by the two members “Arte Deutschland” in Baden-Baden and “Arte France” in Issy-les-Moulineaux near Paris. The ARTE programme is broadcast in German and French and subtitled in other European languages. The culture channel is provided unencrypted throughout Europe via DVB-T, cable and satellite as well as via the Internet.

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Awinta Noventi

Awinta is a company of the Noventi Group and the market leader for pharmacy software in the German healthcare market. The range of products and services offers suitable solutions for (cooperative) pharmacies and stands for innovation, service and safety. Awinta provides pharmacists with merchandise management systems that optimally map their daily workflow as well as the general health policy conditions.

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Bayer04 Leverkusen Fußball GmbH

The German football company “Bayer 04”, based in Leverkusen in North Rhine-Westphalia, is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bayer Group. The professional football team has been in the first Bundesliga since 1979 and, in addition to winning major trophies (UEFA 1988, DFB 1993), has a history of reaching the Champions League final in 2002 and five German runner-up finishes.

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Bayerischer Landtag

The Bavarian State Parliament is the state parliament of the Free State of Bavaria. It is one of the oldest representative bodies of the people in Europe. Citizens can follow the speeches of the members of the Bavarian State Parliament in the plenary chamber as well as selected special events in the Maximilianeum via livestream. This is also offered barrier-free with the addition of sign language and a live text option.

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BMW Group

With its brands BMW, Mini, Rolls-Royce and BMW Motorcycle, the BMW Group is the world's leading premium manufacturer of automobiles and motorbikes and employs around 125,000 people at 31 production sites and in a global sales network in 15 countries. The BMW Group is an innovation pioneer and has always set standards in individual premium mobility, as well as in the digitalisation and connectivity of vehicles.

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BOOM Library

The BOOM Library was founded in 2010 by Dynamedion, the largest European game audio studio based in Mainz. BOOM supplies the entire media industry with high-quality sound effects for film, television, trailers and video games. There is hardly a large production company, game developer or post-production studio that does not use BOOM Library’s SFX directly or via external suppliers.

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Brose Fahrzeugteile GmbH & Co.

Brose is one of the world’s top 40 automobile suppliers and the fourth largest family-owned company in the industry. Every other new car around the world is equipped with at least one Brose product. The Brose Group supplies around 80 automobile manufacturer brands, over 40 suppliers and around 50 e-bike manufacturers. More than 25,000 employees at 60 locations in 23 countries guarantee quality and innovation.

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Deutsche Welle

Deutsche Welle (DW) is the foreign broadcasting service of the Federal Republic of Germany. DW is a public institution and a member of ARD. Deutsche Welle’s multimedia content is offered in 30 languages and reaches around 250 million people worldwide every week via television, radio and the internet.



DOMRADIO.DE is a multimedia, Catholic radio station sponsored by the Bildungswerk e.V. of the Archdiocese of Cologne. The radio programme, the "guter Draht nach oben" reports on Christian, ethical and social topics in a multimedia format. On Sundays and public holidays, Holy Mass is broadcast live from Cologne Cathedral. Domradio can be received via internet, FM, cable, DAB+ and satellite.

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Through the use of dynamic platforms and intelligent experiences, Envada helps companies to better exploit new business models and market opportunities. Envada’s clients include leading companies in the financial and payment services, telecommunications, media, technology and mobility sectors. Envada employs around 7,500 people worldwide.

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Flottweg SE

Flottweg, a family-owned company specialising in separation technology, has its headquarters in Vilsbiburg, Germany. The wide-ranging machine programme and the individual adaptations are used in almost all branches of industry, for example, in food production, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, mining or environmental protection. Flottweg employs over 1,000 people in 13 subsidiaries and over 50 sales and service stations worldwide.

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FotoTV is an e-learning platform for all things photography. FotoTV offers its 90,000 registered users more than 3,000 videos on photography and image processing as well as 700 hours of film material. In addition, contains the world’s largest online collection of photographer interviews with around 750 interviews.



The music download service Highresaudio offers exclusively non-compressed, lossless downloads of audiophile recordings covering all styles of music. More than 700,000 albums in studio master quality are available, including additional information such as album descriptions, discographies, reviews etc. Via streaming, the platform also offers access to over 650,000 tracks in 24-bit quality.

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Home Shopping Europe GmbH known under the brand HSE is a home shopping and e-commerce company that sells its products via teleshopping as well as through its online shop. HSE broadcasts a 24-hour TV programme and consistently links the television, online and mobile platforms or offers extensive applications for smartphone, smartTV and tablet.

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The German children's channel KiKA is a joint endeavor of the public broadcasters ARD and ZDF. KiKA is headquartered at the Landesfunkhaus of the ARD channel MDR. It operates without advertising and offers audience-specific programming for children aged three to thirteen. Besides its TV broadcasts, KiKA's programming is accessible on the website, through an app, via HbbTV, and in the 'Mediatheken' of ARD and ZDF.


The service platform of Deutscher Lotto- und Totoblock (DLTB) brings together the collective of the 16 independent German lottery companies. The companies of the DLTB act as organisers of state-licensed lotteries and sports betting. The draws of the lottery numbers for “Lotto 6aus49” are broadcast every Wednesday and Saturday as a livestream and subsequently as video on demand.

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meta-fusion GmbH

As a highly specialised multimedia agency, meta-fusion produces webcasts for the congress and conference industry worldwide. For more than 20 years, the company has been making (congress) content digitally accessible for attendees as well as for online users, both live and direct-on-demand. Meta-fusion oversees comprehensive and sustainable deployment and develops individual digitalisation strategies for client companies.

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Rehau AG + Co

As one of the world’s leading suppliers of advanced polymer and composite products, the Rehau Group employs around 20,000 people at more than 170 locations; the administrative headquarters are located in Muri, Switzerland. The family-owned company develops its polymer-based solutions for the construction, automobile and industrial sectors.

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Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (rbb)

Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, based in Berlin and Potsdam, is the state broadcasting corporation for the states of Berlin and Brandenburg. It is a member of the Association of Public Service Broadcasters in Germany (ARD). rbb has numerous terrestrial and/or digital radio programmes as well as a large online offering, including the portal In addition to the independently produced programme rbb Fernsehen, rbb operates ARD’s Play-Out-Center in Potsdam.

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Stadt Monheim am Rhein

Monheim am Rhein in North Rhine-Westphalia has around 40,000 inhabitants and has set up “Rats-TV” on the city’s website. Here, all citizens have the opportunity to watch meetings of the Council and the specialised committees formed by the Council via livestream. The meeting videos can then be accessed on demand in full length or in the form of individual agenda items.


Streaming Solutions, based in Steinhausen, Switzerland, is a reliable partner in the field of event streaming and webcast services for companies from a wide range of industries. Streaming Solutions provides live broadcasts and recordings of conferences, presentations, general assemblies, conventions, town hall meetings etc.

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Südwestrundfunk is the German public broadcaster for the states of Baden-Württemberg and Rhineland-Palatinate. It is the second largest member of ARD after WDR. SWR operates numerous terrestrial and/or digital radio programs, a large online offering and the TV program SWR Fernsehen. SWR is responsible for coordinating the two TV programs 3sat and Arte, which are operated jointly with public broadcasters from Austria, Switzerland and France, as well as the ARD website

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Telekom Deutschland

As one of the world’s leading telecommunications and information technology companies, Deutsche Telekom is shaping the digital world of tomorrow with innovative solutions for private and business customers. Deutsche Telekom, headquartered in Bonn, Germany, employs around 226,000 people around the world and generates annual revenues of around 100 billion euros.

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Westdeutscher Rundfunk, headquartered in Cologne, is the state broadcasting corporation for the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is a member of the Association of Public Service Broadcasters in Germany (ARD) and represents its largest broadcaster. WDR has numerous terrestrial and/or digital radio programmes, the interactive platform KiRaKa and a large multimedia online offering. In addition to the independently produced programme WDR Fernsehen, WDR is in charge of the TV programmes Phoenix and ONE for ARD.

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WetterOnline is one of the largest globally active meteorological service providers. 35-million visitors regularly access this offer. In addition to global forecasts, it offers editorial reports, apps and digital hardware. The weather forecasts produced with high-quality technology and the worldwide available WeatherRadar can be accessed via the website, via apps and via the weather station wetteronline home.

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The Second German Television (ZDF) is one of Europe’s largest public broadcasters, based in Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate. Together with the state broadcasting corporations merged in ARD and Deutschlandradio, the ZDF constitutes the public broadcasting system in Germany. In addition to its main television channel, ZDF, the broadcaster has several digital channels and a large online offering. Together with ARD and other partners, ZDF also operates channels such as PHOENIX, 3sat, ARTE, KIKA and the offering for young people, funk.