Germany’s next top model: This is how the finale should be barrier-free

Germany’s Next Topmodel
So the final should be barrier-free

The finale of “GNTM” with Heidi Klum is planned for May 27th

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For the finale of “Germany’s Next Top Model”, ProSieben is also offering sign language interpreters for the first time this year.

On May 27th at 8:15 pm the finale of the current season of “Germany’s next top model” will take place on ProSieben and Joyn in Berlin. There are several options for making the broadcast as barrier-free as possible for viewers. As the broadcaster has now announced, “GNTM” will also have sign language interpreters for the first time.

Stephanie Hauke-Schippling, Lisa von Fürstenberg and Daniel Rose will alternately take over the live translation, which can be switched on via the red button on the remote control of a Smart TV or the stream. As before, it should also be possible to switch on live subtitles (teletext page 149).

In addition, the station offers an audio description by Linda Stark and Alexandra Kloiber-Karner for visually impaired and blind fans of the format of model mom Heidi Klum (47). Further information is available at “”.