There there she goes! re:publica 2017 was the largest and most content rich re:publica. Over the next weeks and months you'll have all the time in the world to revisit our eleven conference through videos, images and written articles. Check out hundreds of exciting videos on YouTube, listen to the sessions via audio podcast, search through our many great photos on flickr and instagram, read session reviews in the Newsroom and track pages and review transcripts of the talks from Stage 1.
re:publica 2017 – Here we go:
Nearly all videos from sessions on stages 1 to 9, as well as the labore:tory stage, can found on our YouTube channel: Videos are formatted under the re:publica 2016 playlist and are also thematically organised by their sub-conference and track.
Recordings from MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin (stage 6 and 7 and as well the Media Cube) are available in their own playlist.
Our media partner Podegee recorded all sessions from all stages (including T & J) during re:publica 2017 as an audio podcast.
Our re:publica flickr channel hosts images of individual speakers as well as re:publica 2017 snapshots in high resolution and arranged by highlights and atmosphere folders. If you would like to use any of these images, please make sure you always credit the relevant photographer and check the related CC licence of the image like: photo credit: re:publica/Jan Michalko (CC BY-SA 2.0).
The EJS journalism students and volutneers from Fink & Fuchs were very busy reviewing session and producing video content. Find all of these in the Newsroom and on the individual track pages, directly below the track intro text. We have been posting follow-up reports on all sub-conferences and tracks on www.re-publica.com. Find them via the tag “re:view”.
Transcripts from talks on Stage 1 were kindly compiled in english by our partner Whitecoatcaptioning. Download the PDF for Monday (Opening Keynote, Carolin Emcke, Frank Pasquale, Markus Beckedahl, Hacking Democracy, Nelly Ben Hayoun e.g.), Tuesday (Andreas Weigend, Lisa Charlotte Rost, Gunter Dueck, Peter Neumann, Miriam Meckel e.g.) or Wednesday (Julian Oliver, Elisabeth Wehling, Paul Feigelfeld, Trevor Paglen, Usman Haque, Silvia Lindtner, Lisa Winter e.g.).
Looking for all available info on one of our topics? Use our tag system for guidance! For example, find more on #rp17, #rpTEN, #rpDUB, our re:view series, more on the Kids Space or our fabulous #rpReview posts on the last nine re:publica years by simply clicking on the tags.
- The sessions at Smock Alley Theatre have been recorded, listen to the speakers in the re:publica channel at Voice Republic.
- Draw some visual inspiration from our one-day conference and browse through our Flickr channel. Photos from our warmup party the evening before are compiled here, images from the event itself over here.
We wish you lots of fun with all this content and we look forward to seeing you very soon at the next re:publica in Dublin 7 to 8 September or in Thessaloniki 11 to 13 September 2017!
PS: You reported on the re:publica 2017? Then please be sure to send us your reports, videos and anything else you might have as a link, scan or any other format, as soon as possible. We’re already excited to see what you’ve got in store for us!
Photo credit: re:publica/Jan Zappner (CC BY 2.0)