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  • Translator Sonja Finck


    Sonja Finck on translationg Canadian literature to German

    How are the many facets of Canadian identity being reflected in the country's literature? What challenges need to be faced in terms of translating? How can Canada's linguistic and cultural diversity - its singular plurality - be portrayed authentically? In this interview, Sonja Finck, who also translated the Canadian GuestScroll inscription into German, gives insights into her work. An inspiring conversation about the characteristics of Canadian literary culture from a translator's point of view.

  • Interview

    "Podcasts don’t just allow us to escape the world we find ourselves in - they allow us to find a way to live in, and through, it"

    Clarissa Pabi, Content Development Manager at the international podcast company Acast, talks about the current podcast enthusiasm and provides insights into her daily work: from the successful transformation of an independent books podcast into a no.1 podcast to collaborations with inspiring authors such as Booker Prize winner Arundhati Roy and Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors.

  • André Mühlhausen Sony Music Entertainment GmbH


    "Offer new ways to explore literature; bringing together the actual ‘mobile first approach’ and really democratize the access to this content: Anywhere and anytime."

    André Mühlhausen from Sony Music Entertainment on the democratisation of content and the transformation of the audio play market over the past 50 years.

  • Interview

    "There has never been a better time to start publishing in audio."

    Videl Bar-Kar, Global Head of Audio at Bookwire, about the influence of technological innovations and trends on the audio market and the sigificant growth potential of spoken word formats.

  • Interview

    “We expect the trend towards screen-free entertainment to intensify"

    Limiting their children's screen time is a wish of many parents. Markus Langer, Chief Product Officer at tonies®, about the future prospects of screen-free entertainment, technological innovations and Boxine's product Toniebox which revolutionises the audio experience for children in various regions worldwide.

  • Nils Hollmann


    "Chances with new formats and content within the value chain"

    Nils Hollmann, Managing Director Audiobooks, Zebralution, about the benefits resulting from new technologies and platforms for the audio market and how these innovations can help to reach new target groups and create enthusiasm for audiobooks.

  • Interview

    "The audiobook market combines two forms of artistic creation, the content itself and the reading performance."

    Valérie Levy-Soussan, founder of the French audiobook publishing company Audiolib, about her experiences in the French audio industry and significant market changes, trends and challenges from the early start of the 21st century until today.


  • Marco Cappellini


    "Digitisation and new technologies are fundamental to make art, culture and creativity really accessible to all."

    Marco Cappellini, CEO & Co-Founder of Centrica and its spin-off VirtuItaly, about edutainment and the importance of digital tools to make art, culture and creativity accessible nowadays.

  • Campus Weekend


    "Bridges between different industries will not appear by themselves."

    Why are cross sector cooperations and synergies so relevant in content industries nowadays and what is the role of new technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI)?

  • Simone Lippold


    creativeSHIFT: Shaping the future of the content industries together

    How will content industries develop in the future? An interview with Simone Lippold, Head of Innovation Development, Börsenverein Group, and strategic lead of creativeSHIFT.