Jung, divers & mega Programm: der öffentlich-rechtliche Rundfunk | ZDF Magazin Royale
the mood here at Studio Ehrenfeld in Cologne-Bickendorf is almost as good as in the Überseeclub in Hamburg because today we are not talking about what secret in ZDF
Royale but about what is obvious that public broadcasting is a bullshit accusation in the WDR sidelined because of Critical reports from the head of the public broadcaster EUR 8,000 in pension after only one day's work Bayerischer
Rundfunk Court of Audit declares financial chaos Resignation as director of mdr Husband will soon be in the process of infidelity scandal Statements next scandal of ard the director of br has two company cars and two drivers I express myself today in the Broadcasting purely as a private person and not as a moderator of a ZDF program everything is purely private because I am a son of public broadcasting I had my student internship at Radio Bremen my volunteer my confirmation my first time my last time I love public broadcasting I breathe radiod Public broadcasting of the public service broadcast is a great idea, so actually, because it shouldn't be a legal broadcast, it makes an independent, non-state, critically great show, we did it because we in the editorial department were totally excited about this 200th issue.
The broadcasting service in Germany stated that the ÖAR is practically a gift from the allies after WWII when our caps still looked like that because broadcasting in Germany was not sufficiently independent from the state until 1945 for some reason when I see this photo unfortunately very dark. Kali memories come to my ears so after the Austrian problem so the other after 1945 the new democratic Germany needed a new democratic broadcasting for the needs of German society in the 1950s public broadcasting had to protect the young fragile democracy and because democracy This Day is no longer young but it is still fragile the public service broadcaster derived from our holy constitution the fundamental law continues to provide a basic supply of independent information with education culture and excellent entertainment I am this I am not out a public service station for all pay all together so that we all have access to information and culture and entertainment for that we all collect 18.36 euros every month I also have to pay for shit here too and I can't even see her every week I have to work everyone we are all members of the cooperative of rad public broadcasting we all own a part of it and as co-owners as co-owners of public broadcasting in Germany this debate really hurts me right now it hurts me at least as much as it hurts me as a spice lover in the heartache that Alfons Schuhbeck at the Kna st has to see a public service broadcast like this who is now just hurts is of course also the perfect opportunity to step forward now for all those who have always found the principle of service broadcasting The public is shit and they have always been against it.
There is a radio broadcasting system in which the one with the most money or the most power is not the one who decides what is broadcast, but rather we all together follow how the fact in obligatory installments eats up the bacon around legal broadcasting published without competition and fattening broadcasting fee taxpayers who are enslaved to tax ob bindings a compulsorily financed fee system expensive too slow and above all too far to the left yes a propaganda fee compulsorily financed via WDR has an annual salary of 411,000 euros plus more than 300,000 euros in pension reserves which is more than the president from the US, the gentleman's name isn't even really Tom, but thomas hoplader the Nazi Hotte has it just because of the way the biggest ARD secret leaked WDR director's real name , Tom Buhrow, it's Thomas Burow, I think my grandma rides a motorcycle in the chicken coop, ladies, but sorry, let me do a little fact checking Mr.
Fascist, WDR Director Thomas Burow is not paid a salary of 411,000 euros, as you have claimed per year, but 413,000 euros salary plus 3,650 euros and 84 for the supervisory board positions in the WDR media group, so 416,650 euros and 84 euros per year yes lol stupid that there is a radi opublic broadcasting that recalculates when you talk nonsense was AFD for everyone In this case, many people find public broadcasting stupid because it is difficult to control, neither with power nor with money, and therefore the authoritarian idiots of Axel Springer Verlag and the idiots The Axel Springer Verlag authoritarians have been working for years to end and abolish it.
Public service stations like ARD and ZDF indoctrinate our children in an objectively balanced way. The reality of public service looks different Contribution from guests ARD and ZDF are mostly privatized Yes, they are eliminated with the joint system Press large contribution from non-state guests from the Bundestag Vice President Wolfgang Kubicki from the ruling FDP party Compulsory fee radio abolished and replaced by a more neutral, independent and non-state information
programme, for example from Axel Springer -Verlag the new health
magazine with Franka Lehfeldt and Hendrik streek from Friday in Welt the new range of information from the wife of the Minister Federal Finance together with the crown expert of the Federal Government this is how it works independently fanatic and critical state and above all cool we notice ladies and gentlemen better transmitting It is not so easy to do and attacking the content of the program of the public station is also more complicated than you think at first glance, but luckily the drones are still working, and a special greeting goes with n them to the proud number of 58 public service broadcasting editors with them we will treat you with special affection in the course of this party congress yes and let's see how many of you 58 editors editors are still there at the next party congress and how many of them they are vampires prince Graf märz has just been a victim hahaha but, of course, right-wing slogans and drugs cannot intimidate a strong eh because a radio that belongs to everyone and nobody does not need to be afraid, the defensive does not resist, it does not have scissors in the head the ZDF has a laudatory speech of the rapper danger because abbreviated in this the musician had described the afd supporters as complete idiots oh my god ZDF the ZDF means that ZDF pulls out the scissors because danger dan called a few rear births complete idiots on TV, but sadly that's more and more often the new strategy of public broadcasting - legal to be sure, it's better to eat Start with your own stamp show so the Nazis don't make a shit storm, my God, public broadcasting was invented for precisely this purpose, so that the Nazis make a shit storm, preferably every day, ladies and gentlemen and all inside and outside.
I don't let criticism of my public broadcast from democratic behavior take away I'm a son of public broadcast speak ill of my family I'd rather do it myself so let's do it because shit is on the steam director of rbb Patricia Schlesinger the woman who looks alike to 101 dalmatians have to leave lives equal Hacken made us some private patron suarezia champagne Italian parquet in the office and Patricia Schlesinger insider had allegedly even bought a real elephant in the room for the director. It was really very uncomfortable for the RBB and the whole shock of ARD, oh god, such a waste now how to react ARD of course is getting defensive.
ARD is distancing itself. Here is the landmark statement from ard president Thorsten Burow, help me. No no no no no I wanted to say the other historical statement about what happened at rbb here this this this I have to unfortunately we say that the directors of the ARD no longer trust the managing directors of the station to be able to process the various incidents with the fast enough and ARD boss Torben Burow gets strategically savvy on the defensive as often that is just clever media management which in my opinion is actually worth €416,650.84 a month to the head of the ARD WDR knew nothing about the privileges of horny directors or had never thought about it which company car you drive a BMW 7 with a massage seat like rbb director Patricia Schlesinger I have to unfortunately say yes I need it not him .
I have never used it and I knew it. unfortunately not even the quartermaster of WDR sits but how should one like WDR know that there is a car in any way that they are cars without massage seats and these funny buttons are also very hard to find anyway hello people today I want to show you how to activate the massage function on the new BMW 7 series. You can see this on the left or right side. Depends on which seat there is a button bar on the door, mind you, if you press it without even thinking why such buttons at all, they suddenly appear full of stupid articles on Business Insider and unfortunately the massage seats and the luxury parquet floors remain the less spectacular corpses of public service executives in the basement, notices of nepotism and pressure against the Hamburg boss of the NDR condense the state broadcasting directors of the NDR. they should post that they didn't smuggle the top journalists into the ndr program The 36-year-old woman can not only come into contact with live dogs, but also deceased dogs.
She asked me to contact her deceased Leica of hers and I want to do it right away, that means I will contact her. and then we will have a conversation with her that she is not my 18 euro 36 at work and now i know what leica told you what mareike told me actually i was always overthinking and thinking what more does this dog do you needed and she was actually a very bitch frugal and had everything I needed and was super happy with you a talk with animals lasts about an hour and costs around €100. Sibylle Steinmeier also offers courses where you can learn to communicate with dogs yourself.
Yes, may Leica rest in peace and why so fast now that you don't believe in communication with dead dogs or that this post includes advertising for canine communication seminars with Sibylle. Steinmeier was also published as a journalistic contribution in the NDR Hamburg Journal if you think now or to prove other words of the great German lyricist Benjamin Zucker tell me how could that happen Hamburger dog hocopocus how could it happen how such an absurd contribution got into serious program ndr very important to understand that the MDR the NDR is very important to emphasize that it has nothing to do with corruption or nepotism and Mrs.
Rosbach is also very sorry if she could think that, so let's get an idea, this is Sabine Roßbach, the NDR directors in Hamburg she has two daughters one daughter has a public relations agency n Amen, Hesse and Hallermann, whose clients appear surprisingly often in NDR contributions. Mom Sabine Roßbach is responsible. They think that she is fine. Pretty messy. So the thing with the dead dogs in Hamburg already did it wrong. It is about the other daughter of the NDR director, Sabine Roßbach, who received one of the rare permanent positions in the NDR culture department from Mama's colleague, not a friend but a colleague of the then NDR culture director, Barbara Miro is about dogs in Hamburg and was produced by the daughter of Mr.
Barbara Miro moment what one hand washes the other paw if Laika were still alive she would probably say just a wow moment it's corruption or cousin economics but luckily Leica is dead again very important on behalf of the fully independent NDR anti-corruption commission which tested everything for the NDR and verified it but preferred not to give us the audit report again the official person also on behalf of Sabine Roßbach at the NDR Hamburg everything is going well so that the NDR Hamburg is a commendable exception because secret severance pay in the BR or expensive renovations in the WDR fraudulent shit in the MDR in the MDR It is said that Kiel employees are afraid of their bosses and in Phoenix the husband of a senior employee privately vandalized his company car and the zdf insurance su lets the woman bulge smartly, but how could all this happen?
She came from the idea of a transparent critical broadcast for all of us, a few dirty self-service stores, the public broadcast is not the CDU, yes we are not the CDU, but the public broadcast is controlled but somehow I feel the mechanism of control And they are so complicated and so opaque that someone would have to give them a holistic look, preferably someone with a bit of distance and I mean where there is more distance than in the afterlife, so I say hello to Carola eni Schönborn, she is my niece and also she's a TÜV certified canine medium hey Carola say hi, Carola, what dog do you have with you? spoken I spoke to a seal, yes, but wait a minute, a seal isn't a dog after all.
Beyond that all dogs are dogs uncle Jan you didn't ask how public broadcast is controlled and of course I had to talkwith a public animal. with a public service stamp exactly. I spoke to Robbie about hi Robbie. She was always an employee of ZDF for eight years. Okay Carola, so who controls the public service station? That was a very nice question. It is here as a community in principle. very good idea that it is also in some way spiritual, like Schlemmerfilet Bordelaise, Robbie tells me and what does that mean right now, right now I have a frequency disturbance right now, what do you say, what do you say, bee man? it smells delicious of meatball rolls yes carola if you have something else to say yes as I just said there is the radio broadcasting council for content for the soul and the board of directors in material and financial matters was very well balanced and Yang and there are representatives of all of us on councils so from the community of science from associations from unions church politics in a way that we all look out for each other yes but if that's so good and works in a balanced way what why didn't the radio say anything in the Board of Directors, for example, when Patricia Schlesinger, this whole story, dad just wants to be dead again and you pissed her off in seven months?
All the labels will unite and you will be in your dreams my niece Carola see you on Sunday it was at Frank Beckmann's brunch in Hamburg, thank you, which I definitely took from him, we as a society control the public transmission through committees in which the people sit who present our here, for example, my home center here, the ZDF state distance sit on the ZDF board of directors many people there inside the people completely normal people of the people, for example Malu Dreyer or Rainer Haseloff Dr. Dietmar Woitke Dr. Markus Söder Completely normal citizens from the middle of society who are also prime ministers somewhere and completely control the finances in my ZDF far from the state oh my god Markus Söder navigates how much I earn after all Markus Müller is a specialist because Markus Söder is a trained journalist was an editor at Bayerischer
Rundfunk in the 90s if one can improve change then yes Markus Söde r, the public broadcaster, is facing a test to justify the high level of trust and fees.
All accusations must be fully clarified. Very well. Trust Dr. Markus Söder. It's good. Control is better. What did you do in the last meetings of the ZDF board of directors that encouraged you to change? n I'll take a look, oh I see that Markus Söder was not there at the meeting where Markus Söder was on September 9, 2022 when the ZDF Board of Directors was dealing with the current crisis in public broadcasting. A total of 16 Alps and 1,033 animals were in 48 Viehscheid today in Oberstaufen also in the tent, after a two-year forced break today there is a relaxed atmosphere oh yes, the festive Viehscheid in Oberstaufen im Allgäu is also important because the atmosphere is of course a bit more relaxed than on the ZDF board of directors, the Viehscheid in Oberstaufen im Allgäu is also somehow an important pillar of our democracy in Germany in the last two years.
Dr. Markus Söder only appeared at 40% of the ZDF board meeting, but he had time to rumzustatschen 100% without honor in the illustrated newspaper The Bavarian Prime Minister in the general interview Söder's tough plan for the ARD yes, maybe the prime ministers are not the best Choice to control a non-state radio they simply have too little time who, apart from Markus Söder, the Brutus of Bavarian Radio, represents our society because still in control speeches here , for example, this is the WDR Broadcasting Council and the best choir in the best 1973 man can literally hear this picture people come to sing haha you have the impression or most of the members of the WDR broadcasting council somehow they look as if they have already sat down with the allies in the foundational brainstorm with an average age of 57.8 years all the examined organisms are very old almost half of the members of the council of r broadcasting are over 60 the members of the supervisory board are not only old but also as white as cheese like this tv award winner here not really I don't pay much attention to it but how can a group of young people this size have such a consistent staff with everyone full of potatoes in public law? socially disadvantaged groups are poorly or not at all represented on radio sets, as in the 1950s.
Disabled people are only represented in seven lsbtiq in 6 muslims in one 4 and Ronja and syntwärme only in one out of a total of 12 committees and, for example, black people or refugees may share the only place for migration or foreigners on radio sets, our public broadcasting service may no longer broadcast for all if less than one per percent of our country's farmers are represented on the broadcasting council. as often as people with a migration background are 27 percent of the population, so of course there is an imbalance and that can have an impact on program monitoring as well, it's just harder to recognize sub-complex, stereotyped, one-sided reporting about immigrant communities as such if no person from the community is involved in the discussion s coming this is how it is an institution is always there for exactly what it was founded for in the case of public broadcasting for German society since June 1950 but now we're in november 2022 what do we do now when we're up to our necks in water but don't let my head hang down it says thank you thank you jesus even if you're nailed to the cross just adjust the crown and pass it through the fundamentals of the party or the electoral law, why are there too many members? of the Bundestag, but nobody reacts with a yes, then we simply abolish the party foundations altogether, or we will make the Bundestag, then we will have solved the problem.
The democrats don't give up that easily, but I mean, but why why, for example, public broadcasting There are still 83 radio stations, although there is internet and I can also receive my favorite radio station BR Schlager in Bremen , or why the cult youth radio stations of the ARD operate their own cult meme factories on the net? Anhalt, if Saxony continues to drive, the space comes in, you can't like the raisins when I drive by my place and see that a speed camera was shown again. Eight days ago, it was the day of the good. WDR market rbb supermarket new for consumers Max the market
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Rundfunk and SWR MARKTCHECK independently of each other all the same high-protein products, whether pudding or muesli, medicinal protein products are on the rise why is there so much hype about proteins and pauk the things that are? nowadays protein shakes and bars are the absolute trend no matter if they are made from plants or animals but if you really need something like that there are Protein Drinks for scoop and so called skills but why need Skier protein drinks and protein for a spoon? provision of basic information about the current status of the skyr product range in each fucking region of Germany needs a lot of staff as of December 31, 2021 a total of 3,796 people can be found with permanent positions, including Phoenix and radio freelance work , in production and program again at ZDF, including Phoenix, about 2600 freelancers work and employees 40% of employees at ZDF are freelancers, which means that these journalists, authors, cameramen, costume or makeup artists are freelancers with contracts fixed-term job or even just paid for a specific work assignment and it's the same with us here at ZDF
magazine and that all the freelancers think it's cool shut up you idiot exactly work as a freelancer so working as freelancer is great because you are super independent and creative, freelancers are super free and have the ca With a clear head, they are often free of things like, say, job guarantees or pension insurance or paid vacation days or sick days or protection against redundancy totally free with public broadcasting everyone is in some way their own lead reporter freedom as this freelance journalist who has worked almost exclusively for NDR television for over 12 years as a freelance I always measure myself by how good my last post was with this constant uncertainty you get existential fears in a decline I think very carefully if I can criticize to the editor-in-chief I also want orders next month for years same office chair same canteen cabbage roll same newsroom references but no permanent employment why freelancers in public service broadcasting hidden victims of pressure to save public service broadcasting should save but why pay my grandfather a damn c rucero 9 times a year although freelancers do a lot of the work for the program they often work in appalling conditions and there is no more money because much of the coal seeps into strange places with a pension plan of 5.8 million euros with six-figure sums a year some public broadcasters insure their directors and directors in the event that their contracts before the retirement start age will not be extended no matter if they have to leave early or grow old a lot does not have why do without bmw 7 series and italian oak parquet floors nice to think ladies and gents it sucks free to work for public broadcasting but there's still some free shit to do at a subcontractor for a broadcaster public service MDR works the Mitteldeutscher
Rundfunk even has an MCS subcontractor to outsource the camera editing and graphics of the MDR one of the many tricks on the floor public service executive to reduce production costs, like with this editor my daily rate has risen by just over a euro a year since 2002 with inflation every year I have less money in my pocket and when I'm sick I don't see a penny so i think twice before i stay home which is why i like it sour does on amazon the broadcaster reports on the precarious conditions of his own people he's not interested i don't want to get unnecessarily excited but i'm a son of public broadcasting everyone we are children of public broadcasting if we like it I say it or I don't say it now, I say it expressly as an individual or private Jan Bö der öff Legal public broadcasting needs a reform so that it continues to be a strong and independent instrument for illustration and criticism and illustration and critique of power of course everyone with more power thinks that's bullshit but please don't want to be criticized just p Just because there are the politically motivated campaigns of right-wing populists in the Bundestag or Axel Springer-Verlag against public broadcasting does not mean that public broadcasting should not be urgently reformed the 50s are 70 years ago WDR Internet The work of Thomas the day before yesterday on Wednesday in the evening it was not as a director or ard-chef but in private as a private person he gave a speech at the Hamburger Überseeclub and in private I read it in the FAZ yesterday he called for a revolution here Tom Burow is calling for a revolution that is suddenly it comes to him after nine years in the service as director of WDR, two months before the end of his tenure as ard-chef, hey, suddenly we need Revo solution great idea Thomas Burow a revolution from above what should go wrong? treat good people badly you'll get bad
programming and bad
programming will still be bad
programming even if you find a regional movie or catch viewers where they are audiences -legal broadcast that wants to be taken seriously but doesn't just have to pick up its viewers , but also take them to some fucked-up place and it stands to reason that directors who sit for too long in massages in seven-seater BMWs dream about their pension plan and at some point prefer to apologize to the Nazis or censor their own show before everyone else. or giving private revolutionary speeches in front of a few bags of Hamburg pepper instead of pondering and abolishing their 1950s privileges and by the way, a whole different question with how much money do you really have to burden an arduous president to make don't you keep quiet? against headwind falls I said it as very private very private not in my public role as moderator I say it privately I can no longer tolerate this system maintenance reflexes this structure fetishism in which in the end nothing comes out except masses of worn out and talented frustrated who want to fuckPrivate television goes into public broadcasting really needs structures where in the end a good program comes out and no program that somehow fits so well with the medium existing good structures so ladies and it was very exhausting last week we did not just investigate the legal public broadcasting issue, but we also did an audit, we did an anonymous survey in our team, even though the ZDF
Royale is part of the public broadcasting service andI would say that things came out that didn't go very well for us either haha a lot of it is going wrong, a lot of it I can ask you now ladies to leave the studio because now we are having a work meeting and discussing things all the anonymous critics that have been raised here I have too many overtime the pressure in the workforce is great the work is too much I don't want to work on weekends anymore n yes I think Markus Söder should add a zero to my rate because otherwise I will go to ProSieben. anything that is sent anonymously, we now do, it works.