The Berlin Piazzetta broadcast from the Berlin House Podewil, the former East Berlin Haus der jungen Talente, where they had set up their own broadcasting studio including an Internet café. The studio was open around the clock and became a meeting place for a young scene interested in media and art. The scene that came together here later developed important Berlin Internet projects such as Internationale Stadt or Klubradio.
There were conflicts with Van Gogh TV because the Berlin Piazzetta also wanted to broadcast videos, which contradicted the communicative concept of “Piazza Virtuale”. In the following clip you can see the video “Hallo TV”, that was created by Berlin artist Daniel Pflumm for his Bar Elektro. “Hallo TV” became a nickname for “Piazza Virtuale” because so many of the callers said nothing more than “Hallo”.