German TV stations produce news in Ukrainian

Refugees from Ukraine receive a lot of information directly from family or friends via Telegram and other social media platforms. Many have also subscribed to President Volodymyr Zelenskyi’s Official website. In the meantime, however, there are also journalistic offers in the Ukrainian language in numerous German media.
The television news service program “Tagesschau” of the German public-service television network ARD has been offering TV news with Ukrainian and Russian subtitles since the beginning of April. News stories are available on Tagesschau’s homepage (www.tagesschau.de), the ARD media library website (www.ard-mediathek.de), and the YouTube channels. Also, the ARD media center has children’s programs in the Ukrainian language and films with Ukrainian subtitles. Furthermore, ZDF, second Germany’s national public television, which is also under public law, reports news and programs with Ukrainian subtitles through the link:
www.zdf.de/zdf-sendungen-und-nachrichten-mit-ukrainischen-untertiteln-100.html
Moreover, the private broadcaster RTL has reported information about the war in German and Ukrainian languages in the “Ukraine Update” during the week. Karolina Ashio, a Ukrainian refugee TV presenter, will host the show:
www.rtl.de/cms/news/ukraine-update.html
Also, Deutsche Welle (DW), Germany’s international broadcaster, reports news summaries in Ukrainian and Russian on its YouTube channel and also offers free German courses:
www.dw.com/de/deutschkurse/s-2068

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