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DIE ZEIT to stream live debates from WUDC 2013
Submitted by Colm Flynn on 7 December 2012
Major German Newspaper DIE ZEIT are to stream live debates from the 2013 World Universities Debating Championships. Die Zeit is the most popular German newspaper with over two million readers.
A highbrow newspaper and supporter of German debating gives you your largest audience ever. With an estimated readership of above 2 million, DIE ZEIT is the most widely read German weekly newspaper. They want to do preliminary debates via Skype and feature them on their website. For this they are looking for two debaters of different origin to give a short statement about a topic chosen by the users.
You could be debating.
If you are participating in the WUDC Berlin 2013, have a stable Skype connection and time on Tuesday, December 11th or Wednesday, December 12th 2012, then email Berlin Worlds Press Secretary Annette Kirste by December 9th, and send her your name, age, gender, country of origin, debating experience and a picture of yourself.
We are looking forward to hearing from you!
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