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|Schwany5 Oberkrain Radio||Folk||Germany|
|CMR (Christian Music Radio)||Christian Contemporary||Germany|
|Red Room Music||Electronica||Germany|
|Coolradio Classic Rock||Classic Rock||Germany|
|Campus Crew Passau||College||Germany|
|FC St. Pauli FM||Rock,Electronica,Punk||Germany|
|#Musik.Goldies on RauteMusik.FM||80s,70s,60s||Germany|
|Absolut relax||90s,80s,70s,Soft Rock,Contemporary||Germany|
|DeeRedRadio Mischen Possible||World Europe||Germany|
|G3 Das Radio||Indie||Germany|
|Radio Seefunk||News Talk,Easy||Germany|
|The Wave Radio||Easy||Germany|
|Peli One||Hip Hop,Rap||Germany|
|La Magia de Tango Radio||Latin Hits||Germany|
|MDR SPUTNIK Roboton Channel||Electronica||Germany|
|Week FM Electro||Electronica||Germany|
|Radio Schwarzes Brandenburg||Rock,Alternative,Experimental,Electronica||Germany|
|Hitradio MS One||Top 40||Germany|
|Radio Nordland||Top 40||Germany|
All rights deserved to Telekom Street Gigs and Red Hot Chili Peppers 1:12 Intro Jam 4:08 Can't Stop 9:27 Dani California 15:09 Dark Necessities 21:49 Otherside 27:12 Tell Me Baby 32:11 The Getaway 37:16 Snow 44:42 Go Robot 49:32 Californication Intro Jam 52:51 Californication 59:30 Look Around (Josh singing the last part of the song) 1:03:24 Soul To Squeeze 1:10:06 Sick Love 1:14:08 By The Way ENCORE 1:21:48 Chad and Josh jam (Lust For Life | Iggy Pop cover) 1:25:10 Goodbye Angels 1:31:31 Give It Away
Germany's largest telecom provider, Deutsche Telekom, is looking to introduce a "national routing" service which would keep German internet traffic out of the hands of foreign spies. READ MORE: http://on.rt.com/vjl4p1 RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
Deutsche Telekom is laying the foundation for the rollout of 5G in Germany. The first 5G antennas in Europe to fully support the new communications standard are now operating, in real-world conditions, in Deutsche Telekom's network in downtown Berlin
Berlin Germany Postbahnhof Telekom Street Gigs September 2, 2017 00:01:16 - Up in the Air 00:08:28 - Kings and Queens 00:15:16 - Conquistador 00:18:57 - End of All Days 00:27:20 - The Kill (Bury Me) (Acoustic) 00:32:18 - Alibi (Acoustic) 00:36:53 - Attack (Chorus A Capella) 00:37:33 - From Yesterday (Acoustic) 00:39:44 - Night of the Hunter (Acoustic) 00:43:35 - City of Angels 00:50:35 - Walk on Water 00:56:48 - Do or Die 01:04:33 - Closer to the Edge "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in fa...
Germany's Left Party rejected a draft bill on the storage of personal telecoms data by the German state, proposed by the German Justice Minister Heiko Maas, during a Bundestag plenary session in Berlin, Friday. Video ID: 20150612-029 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: email@example.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
My other Channel: www.youtube.com/LPShreyDoshiHD Setlist: 01. TINFOIL 02. Faint Ext. Outro 03. Papercut 04. With You 2012 Ext. Intro; Ext. Scratch Outro 05. Runaway 06. Given Up Ext. Outro w/ Extra Note 07. Blackout 08. Somewhere I Belong 2012 Ext. Intro 09. New Divide 10. LIES GREED MISERY 11. Points Of Authority 12. Waiting For The End Apaches Intro w/ 'Until It Breaks' rap; Ext. Outro 13. Breaking The Habit 14. LOATR/SOTD/Iridescent Ballad Medley 15. The Catalyst 16. What I've Done 17. Crawling 18. One Step Closer Ext. Outro ---------------------------------------------------- 19. BURN IT DOWN 20. In The End 21. Numb 22. Bleed It Out Ext. Intro; Ext. Bridge w/ Beastie Boys 'Sabotage'; Ext. Outro Note: This is the actual setlist but the video is a TV Special and as a resu...
The correction in Germany’s blue-chip DAX index opens up opportunities for investors, one strategist said. ‘Deutsche Telekom (DTE) stands out at as a little bit more attractive, as it is in the process of trying to strip out T-Mobile (TMUS),’ said Alastair McCaig, a markets analyst with London-based IG Markets. ‘There’s also lots of speculation that they are eyeing up an acquisition of British telecommunications company BT (BT).’ McCaig said Germany’s telecommunications space is ripe for M&A activity, ‘as the amalgamation between satellite, broadband, mobile and content continues to look very attractive and the lines between companies that straddle those sectors becomes increasingly blurred.’ Germany’s DAX has slumped 11 percent since its April 10th peak of 12,374.73, according to data com...
English/Nat Telecom Italia and Germany's Deutsche Telekom have agreed on one of the biggest corporate marriages ever. The two companies are planning to merge in a deal worth over 80 billion (b) dollars - an alliance that will create Europe's largest telecommunications company and the second largest in the world. However, the deal still has to meet with the approval of several regulatory bodies and shareholders from both companies have yet to vote on the proposed merger. The new company will be headquarters in both Bonn and Rome and its two head executives have not said how many jobs, if any, will be cut if the merger is approved. Deutsche Telekom and Telecom Italia have announced they will merge to create a telecom giant. The deal will be worth over 80 billion (b) dolla...
See Dirk Wössner, Deutsche Telekom's board member for Germany for a outlook of how DT focus on growth and value creation. To download the presentation including the disclaimer in pdf format and to find further material please visit http://www.telekom.com/cmd18
The Tutu Project is proud to announce that they were chosen by Deutsche Telekom to tell their story of how Bob and Linda Carey have chosen to deal with breast cancer through inspiration, courage and love. Link: http://www.thetutuproject.com/telekom-shares-bob-lindas-story-in-germany/ "Things get great when People start sharing" -- It's under this motto that Deutsche Telekom will give true stories a platform as part of its future communication. The focus is on sharing special moments, made possible by Deutsche Telekom's innovative telecommunications technologies. "Sharing has never been more relevant for people than it is today -- and it's becoming more and more so. We are making sharing special moments the focus of our communication to underline the relevance of today's telecommunicati...
Germany: Market consolidation will create new investment opportunities @ http://marketreportsstore.com/germany-market-consolidation-will-create-new-investment-opportunities/ Key Findings • The acquisition of Kabel Deutschland by Vodafone having closed in October 2013, we expect the German communications market to continue on its path of consolidation. • It is expected that by mid-2014, O2 will acquire the third largest mobile operator, E-Plus (owned by KPN), creating a new market leader on the mobile front. • Over the next five years, Pyramid Research expects Germany to have the second fastest growth rate among the six largest Western European telecommunications markets. • We expect mobile data and the pay-TV segment, which to date is comparatively less developed than in other major Euro...
Tutorial: The Interoperability Challenge in Telecom and NFV Environments - Carsten Rossenhövel, EANTC AG; Chris Price, Ericsson; Ildiko Vancsa, OpenStack Foundation Communications service providers (CSPs) have a wide range of options when building virtualized services from the ground up including multiple choices for each functional block in the ETSI NFV reference architecture. CSPs prefer heterogeneous systems with building blocks from different vendors including open source software; for such deployments interoperability becomes a crucial requirement. OpenStack, as the NFVI and VIM, serves as a widely used cloud platform for telecom and NFV use cases. As a common base, OpenStack offers the means for vendors and other open source projects to ease the interoperability challenge by provi...
SmallGEO is a multipurpose geostationary satellite platform capable of accommodating a wide range of commercial telecommunication payloads and missions. Its new, modular and flexible design boosts European industry’s ability to play a significant role in commercial satcoms by easing entry into the telecom satellite market. It does so by speeding up the production and testing processes, reducing costs and broadening the range of design options to chemical, electric and hybrid propulsion. SmallGEO’s first flight is on Spanish operator Hispasat’s Hispasat 36W-1. H36W-1 provides Europe, the Canary Islands and South America with faster multimedia services through its Redsat payload, offering better signal quality and flexible land coverage. SmallGEO/H36W-1 is scheduled for launch on 28 Janua...
With techno now stronger than ever, the German scene is revered among the world’s most powerful and influential. It’s an ideal time to look back upon its cultural roots – in Berlin, Frankfurt, Cologne, Hamburg, Munich and beyond. Telekom Electronic Beats TV presents WE CALL IT TECHNO!, the celebrated 2008 documentary that charts the rise of the iconic German scene. Let’s take it back to where it all began. Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1BwzEZM http://www.electronicbeats.net
ORIGINAL ARTICLE: https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/a3nv8p/germany-t-mobile-net-neutrality-violation TRANSCRIPT: One day after the lost net neutrality battle in the United States, officials in Germany arrived at an important decision. With the StreamOn option, Telekom customers have the ability to stream songs and videos from certain service providers without it appearing on their monthly data bill, a practice known as "Zero rating," which violates what we traditionally think of as net neutrality. In a press release, the agency justified its decision by saying it wished to preserve net neutrality in Germany. Telekom did not comment on the accusation that it intends on carving out net neutrality in Germany.
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