re:publica 2017 Live Streaming

The eleventh re:publica is calling! All those who can’t make it - fear not, you can watch most sessions and talks from afar! Thanks to our livestream (starting on Monday) you can follow #rp17 in video and audio on the road or comfortably from home. In cooperation with our partners, we will broadcast the stages to your devices for comfortable and easy access.


An overview of all #rp17 streams:

Stage 1 & 2

You cannot attend #rp17? No problem, we are streaming! On our YouTube channel, you can find the live stream of the main stages (Stage 1 and Stage 2) on all three days. The stream can also be found on our website www.re-publica.de. Whitecoatcaptions is providing a live transcription in English for all sessions on Stage 1. On Stage 1 all sessions are translated into English. What's new this year: Some sessions are also broadcast live on Facebook and Periscope.

Stage 3 to 9 & L1

Sessions of Stages 3 to 9 as well as Stage L1 are recorded on video and published as fast as possible on our YouTube-Channel veröffentlicht. Die MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin will take place on Stages 6, 7 and the Media Cube. You can livestream Stages 6 and Stage 7 on the first two days thanks to the help of Alex TV. All videos will also be available the next day on the MCB YouTube Channel and on the MCB website. Additional recording of Stage 6, 7 and the Media Cube will take place on Wednesday. Again, the videos will be available on YouTube and the website the next day.

All Stages including T, J & L2

Stages T, J and L2 as well as all other stages will be recorded via audio podcasts by our media partner Podigee, which you can find on our website, on iTunes and as a podcast feed. Stay tuned!

republica 2017 Live Streams:

Stage 1 (Original): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0jgwITdNqc

Stage 1 (English + Subtitle): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eolkpkLOK0

Stage 2 (Original): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3r9rbHWbIW4

Stage 2 (English): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIi_SV0q3js

Photocredit: re:publica/Jan Zappner (CC-BY-SA 2.0)