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Local and regional television in Eastern Germany was the focus of this study carried out by the Hans-Bredow-Institut in ccoperation with the Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena.
Wagner, H.-U. (2017): Deutschland 1966: Filmische Perspektiven in Ost und West [Germany 1966: Cinematic Perspectives in Eastern and Western Germany]. Review in: Medienwissenschaft Rezensionen, 1, p. 93f.
"Vertriebenenintegration durch Film und Fernsehen in DDR und Bundesrepublik 1949-1990 [Integrating Displaced Persons through Film and Television in the GDR and Federal Republic of Germany 1949-1990]", poster presentation by A. L. Tiews at the 2nd Forum of Doctoral Students of Section...
"Vertriebenenintegration durch Film und Fernsehen in DDR und Bundesrepublik 1949-1990", lecture by A. L. Tiews at the 10th Immanuel-Kant-Stipendiatentagung at the Federal Institute for Culture and History of the Germans in Eastern Europe (BKGE) on 25 February 2014 in Oldenburg.
"Vertriebenenintegration durch Film und Fernsehen in DDR und Bundesrepublik 1949-1990 [Integrating Displaced Persons through Film and Television in the GDR and Federal Republic of Germany 1949-1990]", lecture by A. L. Tiews at the 9th Immanuel-Kant-Stipendiatentagung at the Federal In...
"Wie lange fahren wir noch?" – "Bis wir zu Hause sind." Der DDR Fernsehhit "Wege übers Land" und die Heimkehr in den Sozialismus ["How Much Longer Are We On the Road?" - "Until We Are Home." The Popular GDR Television "Ways across the...
"Vertriebenenintegration durch Film und Fernsehen in DDR und Bundesrepublik 1949-1990 [The Integration of Refugees in Society as Portrayed in Movies and Television Films of the GDR and the Federal Republic of Germany between 1949 and 1990]", lecture by A. L. Tiews at the Medienhistorisches...
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