Mit provokanten Thesen wie „Wissenschaftsjournalismus kann es im Fernsehen nicht geben” hat Christoph Steinkamp, Ressortleiter Wissen in der Chefredaktion von Pro Sieben bei einem (schon einige Zeit zurückliegenden) Besuch an der Hochschule Darmstadt für Aufregung gesorgt. Klaus Meier hatte darüber in seinem Blog berichtet – habe ich gerade erst entdeckt, halte ich aber für wichtig genug, auch hier nochmal erwähnt zu werden.

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    29. April 2021

    Thank you for sharing this information. I agree with you that Klaus spoke quite provocatively about science on television. In the modern world, where there is a continuous, rapid development of science and technology, the problem of public awareness of the achievements of scientists is extremely relevant. Popularization of science and the growth of knowledge today, when they have become an integral part of the social wealth of any country, are the most important national task. This necessitates the search for ways to overcome the crisis of popular science television and opportunities aimed at reviving the popularization of science on the domestic screen. By the way, on Instagram you can find many posts in which the authors also argue on this score. Personally, I managed to find enough similar posts there and I noticed that in most cases they were published by accounts that had at least 36 thousand subscribers! I am sure this is because their authors used the services of to quickly increase the number of subscribers.