April 25th: Grand Debut, with World Stories.
México News Network partners with Deutsche Welle with World Stories
México News Network is a high quality web television and content producer that has dragged the world’s attention due to its elevated standards, qualified staff and modern technology and equipment, spreading positive and valuable information about Mexico all across the globe, sharing a different perspective about this beautiful and colorful country.
It’s constantly in the process of broadening its business relationships and alliances with important media companies worldwide, generating notorious collaboration agreements that result in an interesting combination that blends different aspects of cultures, traditions, scenarios and lifestyles.
Deutsche Welle is one of Europe and the world’s top television, radio and online broadcasters. This German corporate has a global reach in 30 different languages and its signal is transmitted on open television, satellite, cable and Internet. It is present in every single continent.
Since December 17th 2013, Mexico News Network and Deutsche Welle established an important partnership and started sharing productions. The first project where these two important media companies join efforts is the TV program World Stories.
World Stories is a DW production that gathers stories told by journalists who share their own perspective of the countries and continents they live in. In a 26-minute weekly emission, World Stories takes viewers on a journey across interesting and exotic tales across the Earth.
Every single week, Deutsche Welle invites you to travel, in less than half an hour, from Syria, where you will learn how a new cream is being used to treat a skin disease, across rural Moldova to find out how a UN program is fostering job creation, then to Shanghai to talk with the director of the ballet company founded by Maurice Béjart, until you finally land in a cricket academy in Bangladesh.
World Stories is broadcasted in different languages including Arabic, English and Spanish, and it is watched in over one hundred countries in all the different formats and signals that Deutsche Welle provides.
April 25th is the date for Mexico News Network’s debut in World Stories, with the report of one of its journalists, Isaac Coso. In this emission of the German program, the first stop in this exciting adventure is Mexico, where Mexico News Network will reveal how the world is divided into time zones, and how the introduction of a new time zone for Mexico would generate important economic and ecological benefits.
This event kick-starts Mexico News Network’s collaboration with DW, a German giant of the industry, expanding its reach and presence across the world in a great scale, and it is the first project in which both media networks share efforts in their duty of providing the audiences cultural, objective and transcendental TV contents.
Don’t forget to follow our first participation in World Stories on April 25th on satellite, cable, open television and on internet, on both Deutsche Welle and Mexico News Network’s websites: www.dw.de and www.mexiconewsnetwork.com. Ask your TV operator about DW’s signal availability in your country and join us on our journey around the world.
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