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Die Berliner Pressekonferenz 1918–1933
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The Berlin Press Conference was an institutionalized daily event for news correspondents,... mehr
Die Berliner Pressekonferenz 1918–1933
The Berlin Press Conference was an institutionalized daily event for news correspondents, government leaders and spokespeople. Its key innovation was its hosting by journalists, who chaired the sessions, made rules and controlled access. This setup,which turned the traditional manner of organizing press conferences on its head, was unique in the world, a hallmark of the press’ independence in interactions with the state. Interrupted by the Hitler regime, the practice resumed after the war and continues to this day. Basing its discussion of the topic on extensive accounts from contemporaries, the article traces the institution’s origins to reaction against World War I censorship, investigates its rise to prominence as a “second parliament”, and analyses issues relating to its organization, political conflict and standards of conduct.