Deutschland Website Goes Online after Relaunch
Deutschland Online – Forum for Politics, Culture and the Economy – is launching its new website in time for the Book Fair in Frankfurt-am-Main. It is a modern, cross-media site offering users many new and useful functions. At www.magazine-deutschland.de you can find the articles and main themes from the print version of Deutschland magazine, plus a lot of useful and relevant additional information about Germany, including of course the latest news. Deutschland is a cross-media resource implemented by Societäts-Verlag, Frankfurt-am-Main, in cooperation with the Federal Foreign Office.
Fast navigation in ten languages
Deutschland Online now offers all this in ten languages: German, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish, Russian, Arabic, Japanese and Chinese.
The new layout is modern, fresh and clearly structured. It offers easy access to the wide range of content in the various sections: Politics, the Economy, Culture, Life, Science, Environment, Regions and Subjects. Large-scale panoramic images guide users to topical theme packages and make it easy to navigate the website.
Deutschland Online 2.0
Deutschland Online also uses multimedia (e.g. videos and animations) to present its contents. And, of course, the new Internet service also features Web 2.0 functions such as RSS feeds and an RSS reader as a desktop widget. There are also social-bookmarking opportunities, a keyword cloud (tag cloud) in all ten languages and mash-ups with partner sites Facts about Germany and Young Germany.
The weblog offers direct interaction between editorial staff and readers. To feature the Frankfurt Book Fair, the first blog category is German and international literature.
The new website also offers a free mobile service for cell/smart phones with Internet access to cater for recent changes in media usage and users' growing mobility.
Improved Media Corner for journalists and multipliers
For journalists, media professionals and multipliers looking for texts, images, audios and videos on specific topics relating to Germany, the enhanced Media Corner offers extended access to additional, exclusive media. The new Media Corner now also has fast and effective search capabilities.
The new website's content partners are Facts about Germany(www.tatsachen-ueber-deutschland.de), Young Germany (www.young-germany.de), Deutsche Welle and the German Weather Service.
Deutschland Online: www.magazine-deutschland.de
Deutschland blog: blog.magazine-deutschland.de
Deutschland Online, mobile version: mobile.magazine-deutschland.de
With 11 language editions in 180 countries, Deutschland magazine is Germany's most international periodical. Deutschland is the magazine for decision-makers outside Germany. Deutschland provides background analyses, informs its readers about topical issues in Germany and Europe, and reports on bilateral relations between Germany and other regions of the world in its regional editions. Almost 1.5 million people read the magazine worldwide. Deutschland is published six times a year by Societäts-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, in cooperation with the Federal Foreign Office, Berlin.
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