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Here you can see a (short) german TV news show, called "tagesschau" (day view). Founded in 1952, it's the oldest german TV show. Here you can see Astrid Vits as anchorwoman. This is a nightly issue, the main issue is running daily at 8 PM. NEW: Choose the "English subtitles" for watching the video with subheads! All rights by Das Erste/Norddeutscher Rundfunk, Hamburg
Right on their television they said they sent anybody that marches out of tune or to the beat of a different drum, that they send them to their Concert Camps to reeducate them and that their taught to sing for their supper.
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Germany. Early television in Germany Girl announcer welcomes viewers and audience. In the studio. A camera. Soldiers are the audience. Engineer at controls. "Every Friday we broadcast for the troops. Director at the controls. Girl announces xylophone player. Man performs on xylophone. Applause. The xylophone player gives a funny performance: "plays" next to the xylophone, falls asleep etc. Plays with 12 sticks at the same time. Applause. Girl announcer announces Ilse Werner. Cameras. Ilse Werner on the TV screen in a military hospital: She whistles a song. - Ilse Werner on the stage. - Audience in the hospital. - Ilse Werner sings: "music makes me ecstatic, I go fanatic". Orchestra, audience, camera. Ilse Werner on the stage. Single faces in the audience. Applause. Announcement of the "Sc...
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A shortened version of the original episode. This episode of Thames Televisions series entitled 'The Germans' looks at the country post reunification and the challenges that face the next generation and lessons that have been learnt from the past. First shown: 20/02/1992 If you would like to license a clip from this video please e mail: email@example.com Quote: VT53922
Germany. The early history of television in Germany 1884: Nipkow Disc: "mechanical image dissector". 1897: Braun Tube. 1906: Cathode ray amplifier. The first television for home use made of a vacuum Braun Tube. 1934: The first transmitter of image and sound. A family watching television. A boy reading a slate. His eyes move from the left to the right. "He scans the letters." - Animation of the process. Animation of a torch "writing" with light the same way. The brightness of the light ray changes - an image is created. A picture post card. "Here the dots are so small that you can't see them." A magnifying glass - now the dots are visible. - A television picture comes into existence. The dot that "writes" the picture becomes faster and faster until it's impossible to see it anymore. - A...
An Anonymous Interview with an Anon from AnonNews on BRF (Belgium Television, Media) in Germany, Dortmund. Seen on http://www.brf.be (Show: Also Ehrlich?) - 10.11.2011 *** http://www.twitter.com/AnonNewsINT *** *** http://www.twitter.com/AnonNewsDE *** *** http://anonnewsint.tumblr.com *** *** http://anonnewsde.tumblr.com ***
The German filmcrew for Galileo's Fake Check came to visit us to film the Rollgolf. This link will show the video which was on German tv: http://www.prosieben.de/tv/galileo/videos/clip/148691-fakecheck-auto-rolle-vorwaerts-1.2386515/ (only for germany) De Duitse filmploeg voor Galileo's Fake Check is op bezoek om de Rollgolf te filmen. Klik deze link om het filmpje op de Duitse tv te bekijken: http://www.prosieben.de/tv/galileo/videos/clip/148691-fakecheck-auto-rolle-vorwaerts-1.2386515/ (only for germany)
Germany. Early television in Germany Girl announcer welcomes viewers and audience. In the studio. A camera. Soldiers are the audience. Engineer at controls. Germany. Early television in Germany Girl announcer welcomes viewers and audience. In the studio. A camera. Soldiers are the audience. Engineer at controls. NAZI tv history (first to invent television 1930s) Germany. The early history of television in Germany 1884: Nipkow Disc: mechanical image dissector. 1897: Braun Tube. 1906: Cathode ray amplifier. The first .
Kraftwerk - Das Model, Na Sowas - ZDF German Television (original airing 29/03/1982) Satelite HD Recording of retransmission on 01/05/2012. (youtube message: viewing blocked by EMI for German audience, also no embedding allowed)
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Hollywood actor Christop Waltz, star of Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained, explains the difference between Austrians and Germans. Although the interview is slightly tongue-in-cheek, Waltz is well qualified to make the comparison. He was born in Vienna, the product of a German-born father, Johannes Waltz, and Austrian-born mother, Elisabeth Urbancic, who were set and costume designers. As for St Martin Chalets, we love both Austrians AND Germans. We have many visitors from both countries every year, and we would find it very difficult to make a comparison. Honest! :) You can read about St Martin Chalets Austrian holiday resort here: http://holidaystoaustria.com/ oder, in Deutsch, hier: http://stmartinchalets.at Subscribe to the St Martin Chalets blog: http://...
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On Tuesday, 1st of November 2016 the German cabaret series "Die Anstalt" ("The institution") had Mr. Donald John Trump and Mrs. Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton in a fictive court of justice where it was public international law against military interventions. This months episode of "Die Anstalt" mocked the TV-movie "Terror" that the ARD aired on October 17th 2016, in which an Airforce Pilot was facing charges because he had shot down a commercial airliner killing all passengers on board, which was hijacked by terrorists and might have killed up to 70.000 people in the Munich soccer stadium. The German TV-audience had to deliver the judgement via telephone- and internet polling at the end of the movie. (86,9% judged not guilty) Now in this episode of "Die Anstalt" there were several trials h...