For nine years then, Regula Elsener was operating as the presenter and editor at Schweizer Fernsehen DRS. She became much more famous through programs like TAF, Trend, An Evening with … Circus Festival of Monte Carlo, Day looking night, millions of Gala and Golden Rose.
Thanks to her years of experience, she manages to find the right tone for any occasion. From easy, fresh and fun on objectively and sensitively – definitely always with the necessary seriousness. So no matter whether anniversary, products presentation, panel discussion, exhibition and fashion shows, Regula Elsener is the most lovable presenter in Switzerland and that’s not only our opinion.
Tamara Sedmak is a well-known and experienced Journalist and TV presenter in Switzerland and Germany (n-tv, Sat1, N24, Radio Energy, Sky, Sport1, look newspaper). For over 12 years, she covers and moderated a wide range of weather, travel, movies, sports and knowledge formats – with her core competence multilingualism (D, E, F, I) – Events and fairs for the automotive, computer, travel and medical industry. She graduated with a MA Journalism, Business Administration and neuropsychology at the University of Zurich.
Tamara Sedmak has on stage an incredibly winning and entertaining style. It stands for intelligent, convincing, credible and professional presentations. At the same time, she transported loose content, charming and authentic. It makes her a great fun to interview people and to make the other person at the center and give him a good and safe feeling. Tamara Sedmak thrilled each and everyone in the audience!
The popular Swiss moderator Sven Epiney is the Purpose weapon of SF. There is almost no big show format on Swiss television, which does not require him: Al Dente, 5 against 5, the largest Swiss Hits, … In addition, Sven Epiney moderated yet a morning show on Radio DRS. The popular show host can also be booked for corporate events or panel discussions.
Connoisseurs claim that “our” Swiss Michelle is one of the prettiest women in the world. They have no injustice with certainty. But Michelle can do more than just look good. As a multilingual presenter she has set many corporate event a splash of the color. With her infectious gaiety and spontaneity, each event is a highlight.
In 1988 Röbi Koller of Radio 24 to Eve Magazine “Carousel” on Swiss television. From 1988 to 1994 he hosted at Radio DRS 3 also the morning show “Vitamin 3″. In 1995, he launched with the mission of “Koller live” in Switzerland 4, from which a year later the format “cross” emerged on SF 1. These he has moderated to a 2002 successful mission. Since 2009 Röbi Koller also alternately with Christine Maier hosts at “Club” on Tuesday evening on SF1.
Not imagined heights reached by the representative frills live broadcasts repeatedly with his legendary long-term reportages of SF specialty, be it on the Long street, on the Matterhorn or in the Eiger North Face. Furthermore, the success of the show “Happy Day” is also attributed to his moderation talent.
Katja Stauber lived until she was 5 years with her parents in Namibia, then the family moved to Switzerland. She studied law at the University of Zurich and in 1987 at the University of Santa Barbara. After her studies she worked for several radio stations, such as Radio 24, European Business Channel and Radio Z (now Radio Energy), in journalistic environment.
Since 1992, Katja Stauber worked as a presenter and editor of the main edition of the evening news in the Swiss TV. Her trademark case is the respective See you soon to the Swiss German words “See you again”. Katja Stauber is married to the in houses evening news editor / presenter Florian and can also be assumed with two moderators.
Florian Inhouses in 1997 completed his studies in history, German and English at the University of Zurich with a licentiate Phil I (Master of Arts). After he earned his degree all free print journalist (VIEW, Sunday newspaper, Days-Indicator, CASH, others), he moved to television news journalism and worked until 2001 as a reporter and producer for Tele Zürich / Tele24. Then joined the Swiss television, where he was employed from 2002 as editor of the evening news. Between 2003 and 2007 he was in London United Kingdom- as a correspondent for Swiss television.
From 2013 he is the moderator of the main issue of Day-watch from 19:30 clock. Presentations in German, English, French are not a problem for him. Florian Inhouses is married to the evening news editor / presenter Katja Stauber and can also be assumed two moderators with her.
Tanja Gutmann is an actress, model and presenter. She started her career in 1997 as Miss Switzerland and has been working as a television and event presenter, such as for private channels Tele M1 and Tele Bear. Since October 2010, Tanja Gutmann works new to Swiss television where she moderates the heading “Help a village” in the Saturday evening show “Happy Day”.
For some people he is a “Schnorri“. However, many consider him the best of what the radio it has to offer. Reto Scherrer moderated on Swiss Radio DRS 1 different program and also works for the department entertainment at Schweizer Fernsehen.
Reto Scherrer became famous as a cult presenter through his work at Radio Top. Reto moderated each year numerous public and private events and has made a name as a DJ in all of Switzerland. In addition, he is known also by “Thursday Jass” and as a dubbing voice in plane, bus and train.
Christa Rigozzi has media and studied Communication Science at the University of Fribourg and a minor in Criminal Law and Criminology at the University of Bern. On September 9, 2006 Christa was crowned Miss Switzerland in Geneva. Your year in office brought her appearances, advertising campaigns and TV spots for renowned brands such as Nivea, Lancia, Jelmoli and Vögele Shoes. The many interviews and television shows also have the pleasure of her awakened moderating. In the show “Single farmer examined” or the SF on the jury of “The biggest Swiss talents”.
Christa loves spontaneously and naturally reaches out to people. Thanks to this feature and the five languages that she speaks (Italian, French, German, English and Spanish), she is open to the world. So she hopes she can achieve all her dreams in the future.
Steffi Buchli will host various sports programs at Swiss Radio and Television (Sport News, Sports Live, Sport Lounge). She operates for more than ten years in electronic media, since 2003 at SRF.
Her impressive screen and stage presence made the Zurich girl already repeatedly demonstrated. She was in December 2010, together with Rainer Salzgeber hostess at “Match for Africa”, the Charity show game of the two world’s best tennis player Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
Charming and witty, Steffi Buchli holds regular discussions with sporting greats in debates and panel discussions claiming the presenter. Profound expertise, assertiveness and repartee make Steffi Buchli an outstanding conversation manager.
In 1992 he started as an editor and presenter at Daytime television TAF Swiss Television in Zurich. In 1994 he joined as a trainee for the team of Information magazine ‘Switzerland currently’ for which he worked as an editor and presenter since 1995. In 1999, he took over the pipe line of the weekly Political talk show ‘Arena’, which he moderated until 2002.
In August 2002 he was moderator of society magazine ‘Cross’. With his setting in March 2007 he left the Swiss television. Shortly after his departure, in May 2007, Patrick Rohr received the TELE-Audience Award as the most popular presenter of Switzerland’.
Annina Frey is known by many as “Shine & Gloria” broadcasts from around the world. The foreign productions are not only her specialty, but also her most beautiful experiences. Only when these constellations happen this very spontaneous moments, the famous “magic moments” that no one can plan and life immensely enrich. For example, a spontaneous hug from Morgan Freeman. Or a bitchy supermodel Naomi Campbell, who just celebrated birthday and no time for an interview and this has also manifests.
The presenter with short, perky pageboy has always traveled a lot. Private, as a model and now also as a presenter. She fluently speaks four languages and loves cultural differences, she comes located on every country and she doesn’t know communication problems. New customs, different food, unaccustomed working hours, totally a no problem for spontaneous television woman. It blooms literally when the day brings many distractions with it.
TV presenter Michael Weinmann is an overachiever. Whether in the forest, at the hotel, in the television studio or in the cockpit: “Switzerland currently” presenter Michael Weinmann feel equally as comfortable. He brings the Swiss television quotas. Good odds.
Michael Weinmann leads the audience year after year by the program “Switzerland currently”. The special broadcast “hut builders” he has captivated over half a million people in front of the goggle. Since its beginnings in journalism he accepts repeatedly moderation of corporate events and panel discussions.
In 2001 Monika Erb hung her profession on the nail and started her career as a model. She has worked internationally as well as nationally for many leading brands. For some years now, she has been in the moderation established.
When Monika Erb has to transfer a call, a meeting, a discussion or an event, it shall also be a moderate, neutral stance. Moderation is because even originally moderate or finishing between individual or several people.
The role of the moderator can first of all compare with an organizer. Both in the preparation of the meeting as well as moderation in the conduct you come to the crucial function. Monika Erb moderated with passion, a lot of emotions, charm and wit like her next event. From a small corporate event, until the big fashion show or anniversary celebration.
Claudia Lässer embodied in natural way the reliable, convertible and charismatic Swiss woman with a strong personality. The sympathetic eastern Switzerland graduated from high school and teacher training in Kreuzlingen. They recognized early on her passion, intensively with people to set apart. After completion of the primary teacher training, she worked first as a teacher and then successfully as a model.
In January 2000, the makers of the national commercial broadcaster Star TV Claudia Lässer discovered at a casting, recognized and immediately encouraged her talent. Within 5 years, it became the only Fashion magazine in Switzerland, her own talk show “Claudia’s bed” and the new lifestyle format “Jet Set” the flagship radio station. She is currently the flagship for Sport Tele club. But most like it is as a presenter at major event platforms for diverse live events.
In 2005, she studied in addition to the 60% employment at Radio DRS3 at the University of Zurich. Since that time, she also worked as a columnist for various Swiss newspapers and magazines. She edited and moderated the broadcasting tomorrow (formerly Vitamin 3) and Focus on DRS3. For Swiss television she presents the program of Editor SF specialty, especially the summer travel broadcast SF Special wanderlust and the SF special long life reports (including Lauberhorn 2005 or EURO 2008).
Since January 2012, she moderated the Talk show “The Club” on Swiss television. Earlier shipments of Mona Vetsch on Swiss television included the entertainment show PISA – Battle of the cantons, the travel shows just luxurious and the magazine cross (as representative for Patrick Rohr).
After her beginnings as a television announcer at Swiss Television and presenter of Children’s programs, Christine Maier received numerous moderating offers from abroad. Bavarian broadcasting, she hosted a talk show, co-hosted an entertainment show in England until ZDF discovered and engaged her for several years’ moderation of a weekly music and culture magazine throughout Europe. She also succeeded in the news division in 1999 in no time at RTL / PRO7 as a moderator of Information program “Express”.
She worked as an editor at the Switzerland Illustrated and TR7 and took over moderation tasks like “Prix Walo” or “Circus Festival of Monte Carlo” on Swiss television. As an editor in chief of Star TV retreated by as much behind the scenes Christine Maier had to do the work from the screen. Swiss television took her in June 2001 back to the screen and offered her the Interlocutor of demanding “Club” on. In this task, which requires a lot of mental flexibility, spontaneity and attention, Christine Maier has convinced from the outset.
Early in his career as a TV presenter he was committed as an editor and presenter of the Magazine program carousel at Swiss TV. Later studied economy and changed (lic. Nat. Oec.) in the entertainment editor’s Swiss television. He was responsible for editorial and moderation of broadcasts “garish pastel”, “City Trends” and “People”. From 1995-2000 he presented in his typical empathetic and charming way the Evening show “Casa Nostra”, and his high popularity ratings bettered. With its weekly late-night talk show “Aeschbacher” he puts his talent to listen and depth discussions to conduct weekly test. He speaks German, English and French, he is well versed in dealing with international guests.
She received her basic training as a journalist from 1984 to 1985 at the Media Training Centre Lucerne. In the following years she was an editor and presenter at Swiss Radio Stations like Radio Munot and Radio Z. She joined other similar activities at the stations at Tele 24 and Radio 24.
A wide audience, it was known when she appeared as a presenter from 1998, at the new television station Tele Zürich. At the same time, she worked there as an editor in the news department. Through these work, she was so popular that in 1999 she was hired at Swiss window of RTL and ProSieben. In 2000 she went to the Swiss Television (SF), and worked as a presenter and editor at Lunchmagazine. Since 2003 she moderated the newscast 10before10 alternating with Susanne Wille and Stephan Klapproth.
Since he was twenty, he worked first as a radio host at Radio Zurich and moderated then at Roger Schawinski Radio 24 where he became known for his morning show “Manufacturers”. He also wrote columns. Later he hosted “Live Ran” in the Swiss window of Sat.1 the Swiss football games. In 2003 he moved to radio station Energy Zurich, where he still moderates “My Morning” show.
When he was in Swiss TV SF, he hosted behind the camera the Euro Vision Song Contest 2003, the Street Parade 2004 and before the camera Miss Switzerland election in 2004. His breakthrough in television he experienced through the moderation of the first season of Music Star. He then got a contract to moderate in SF Deal or No Deal and the second season of Star Music.
From 17 October 2005 to the August 28, 2006 he moderated Roman Kilchsperger along with Chris von Rohr on SF two the Late Night Show Black ‘N’ Blond. During the Football World Cup 2006, he hosted for the German private broadcaster premiere. In the Season 3 and Season 4 (1 February to 29 March 2009 to SF1) of the talent show, he sat as a juror music star.
Since July 2011 Kilchsperger moderated the Thursday-Jass on Swiss television.
Cornelia Bosch was presenter and editor of the “Day-watch” -Expenditure “lunch”, “18 clock” and “night”. Immediately she will complement the current four-member team of “Day-watch” at 19.30 clock. The 36-year-old has been working since 2003 for the Swiss Radio and Television (SRF), the first two years as a reporter at DRS 1, since 2004 on the editorial board of the “Day-watch”. In autumn 2005, and in autumn 2007 Cornelia Bosch took a longer delegation for Susanne Wille at “10before10″.
After the economic Matura, Monika Fasnacht first completed the Hotel Management School in Lucerne. In hotel management, she took various management positions before she took off for a 2 1/2 years as a flight attendant with Swissair. This was followed by four years working for moderation “Radio Zurich” where she also called Sport boss and she had a task on moderating her boss.
In 1993 she brought the change to the Department of Sports at Swiss television, where she works today. A one-year trip led her to Radio DRS, where she could be heard in the morning show.
In 1997, the program “Thursday-Jass” was the most successful entertainment program in the summer program from Swiss television. Laurels with which Monika Fasnacht may decorate. In 1999 she also took over the moderation of “Saturday-Jass”, for which she is responsible as a producer and editor since 2001.
The sympathetic Monika Fasnacht moderated in German, English and sometimes in French, in entertaining and sporting events.
RAINER MARIA SALZGEBER
After the economic Matura, Rainer M. Salzgeber studied at Bern University for several semesters history, politics and media studies. First media experiences brought him his duties as moderator and editor of Radio “Rottu” before he took a traineeship at Swiss TV.
The multi-lingual sports enthusiasts Rainer M. Salzgeber was and remained in the sports department of Swiss TV. Whether “Sport actual”, “Champions League” or other sports productions sur place, sport is his main theme, even also in events outside of television. Rainer M. Salzgeber hosted galas and sports discussions that have to do with sports.
He can effortlessly perform in four languages by an occasion: German, French, English and some Italian. Rainer M. Salzgeber is very interested in presentations of events in the tourism sector.
As a singer, Sandra Simo took place in 1991, in Switzerland at the “Concurs of Euro Vision Song Contest” before the Swiss television she first undertook as a presenter. After “Country Roads” Sandra Simo moderated the successful travel magazine “dream destination”, to Swiss television designed a specially tailored to their mission “Takito”. In it, she felt in interviews celebrities on the tooth.
Even with radio experience as an editor and attending presenter at the Zurich local radio station Radio Z. Her passion is, in addition to the moderation, especially the music and the singing. In the female lead of the musical “Keep cool” she had great successes, as well as with the tour of “Musical Night” where she was accompanied with a big Orchestra Symphony.
Even with ARD and ZDF Sandra Studer was repeatedly accepting moderation tasks. She is fluent in English, German, French and Spanish which makes her a sought-after presenter for the most varied events.
Lolita Morena has abruptly became known as Miss Switzerland and her publicity and popularity has not changed since 1989.
Lolita, was born in Italy and grew up in southern Switzerland had other plans after the Matura. She studied Egyptology at the University of Geneva. However, with the Miss title she slipped in the media world, where she is still at home. Lolita Morena speaks French, Italian, German and English, an advantage of her in the frequent and diverse moderation tasks, whether in the Television Suisse Romande, the Italian broadcaster RAI, the German ARD or benefits of events of all stripes.
In addition to its obligations as a host of events in Germany and abroad also makes her from time to time a Detour into acting, such as in the lead role of the sitcom “Les Piques meuront”.
Moderator, sports commentator, journalist and especially one of the best-known TV entertainer. This features make Reinhold Beckmann one of the most versatile and prominent personalities in the German media landscape. His Interviews and live reports for the World Cup in Italy in 1990 honored the “kicker” with the award for “Best Host of the Year”. Reinhold Beckmann became the sports director at “Premiere”. In 1992 he moved to SAT.1. There he rose to the Program Director of Sports. He developed football program “ran” became the hallmark of a completely new presentation style – easy, entertaining and informative. In 1998, Reinhold Beckmann seek for ARD to meet new challenges. With “Beckmann” he puts his ability in the personal, concentrated discussion with prominent and unusual guests demonstrate sensitive and critical, humorous and quick-witted, intelligent and professional attitude.
JOHANNES B. KERNER
Johannes B. Kerner has already been awarded several prizes. He was from the private channels “RTL” with the “Golden Lion” and the magazine “Sport-Bild” as “Favored sports presenter” in 1996 excellent, as which he was also in the following year. For his work during the 1998 World Cup in France he got the award of “Best Commentator “. In addition, Kerner received the “Golden Camera “in the category of” Best Talk show – Moderation “and the” Golden Pen “.
In a survey of the TV magazine “TV Total” he occupied Kernerplatz 1 among the most popular talk-presenters on German television. The readers of the magazine “TV-Spiel film” voted him the “talker of the year. Currently he hates his own weekly show on TV. 1
The German entertainer and actor became after a stint as a radio presenter with the TV game show “Bet that…?” (From 1987) to one of Germany’s most successful TV presenters. By sending “Well, well!” (1982-1987) he managed to breakthrough in the evening program of the ZDF. In the 1970s, he was an editor of the cheeky Moderation of the BR radio show “Pop-after-eight” popular. In addition to numerous television productions Thomas Gottschalk was also seen in some film productions. His most popular films include “The Super noses”, “Sister Act 2″, “Tender slobs” and “Late Night Show” …
He needs no introduction closer but as Thomas Gottschalk. He is one of the most popular presenters in German-speaking countries. He moderates over 10 years already “Millionaire” and there’s no end in sight. Now you see him every Sunday in the ARD with his own talk show, after he has produced and hosted for nearly 20 years, “Stern TV”.
In 1998 Sonya Kraus was an assistant to Frederic Meisner at the wheel of fortune on Cable 1. Her regular broadcast from August 2000 to April 2011 and Pro7 was the consignments TALK TALK TALK and the Late Show and talk talk talk – Fun, a summary of the highlights from international talk shows. As of 2003, Kraus moderated on ProSieben the DIY “Do It Yourself” show. For many years, Sonya Kraus is for large gala shows booked so among other things, for “Stars in the arena” in the Circus Krone Munich.
In 1997 Schreyl began his career as a TV presenter. He initially worked as a newscaster at MDR, later as a sports editor, – reporter and presenter. On 2 October 2000 he moved to ZDF and was moderator of the program magazine Hello Germany. He presented for ZDF also Boxnächte, reported the Olympics from Athens and moderated half years the new edition of the classic quiz at the Grand Prix.
Since 2005 he has been at RTL. As a permanent presenter of Germany Seeks the Superstar looked Schreyl to work with to 2012 in seven seasons
Since 2003, Karen Webb worked at ZDF. She worked as a presenter and an editor for the corporate political magazine “Mona Lisa” until she joined “People Today” in early 2007. Since then, she moderated the Successful People magazine, six days a week, live from Munich.
In addition, she reported as a presenter of various events such as the Academy Awards in Los Angeles, the fashion shows in Paris and the Film Biennale in Venice. Karen Webb is also a “Royal Envoy” of ZDF and commented live events from the royal houses. On New Year’s Eve it is every year in Berlin and moderates overlooking the Brandenburg Gate the “ZDF-New Year’s Countdown “. In addition, she hosts several events – also in English.
During his twelve years of service in the United States, Claus Kleber reported from all 50 states and all US presidents could interview all influential politicians since Ronald Reagan in this year interview. In July 2002, Claus Kleber became head of ARD Studios in London.
Since 2 February 2003, he is the moderator of the ZDF “today-journal”, which he also directed from 2003 until February 2009. He wants to continuously improve the program so that the today-journal in future remains something special. Claus Kleber received numerous awards. Among others he received the “German Television Award” for the best moderation information delivery.
Maybrit Illner is a German journalist, TV presenter and author. As political editor from 1992 she belonged to the presenters, the ZDF morning show, whose line it took over in 1998. Occasionally she represented Ulrich Kienzle at the news magazine Frontal.
In October 1999, her line of ZDF broadcast Berlin was offered the middle, the title of the program was changed on 14 March 2007 in “Maybrit Illner”.
Already as a student of journalism, Frank Plasberg wrote as freelance for various newspapers. At eighteen he completed his internship at the Swabian newspaper in Leutkirch in Allgäu and was later as a police reporter and editor of the Munich Evening.
In 1980 he began to study itself theater Studies, Politics and Education in Cologne, which he broke off after seventeen semesters. His first Radio program he launched in SWF3 in the same year.
From 1987 to 2002 Plasberg led together with Christine Westermann by the show “Aktuelle Stunde”, for which he was responsible in 1993 as the editorial director. Since 2007 Plasberg moderated the political talk show “Hard but fair” in the First German Television.
“KMH” as her symbol is certainly one of the better-known faces on the radio and television sector. Since 2006 she moderated the ZDF broadcast “The actual Sport studio”. Katrin Müller-Hohenstein began after high school to study theater at the Friedrich-Alexander University in Erlangen. After her career start at local radio station “Radio Gong 97.1″ in Nuremberg from 1992 to 2007 for the private Munich radio station “Antenne Bayern”, she worked as a presenter.
She moved in 2007 by Antenne Bayern for Bavarian Radio and moderated by September 2008 at the Radio program Bayern 1, the program “Bayern 1 in the morning.”
Above all, he has talent and perseverance, strange coincidences and happy encounters brought Cherno Jobatey to the top of the presenters on German television. Since 1992 he performs as a moderator of the first hour by the ZDF Morning Magazine. Early 90s he quiz at “header” in the ARD, moderated Regional at “Berlin Brandenburg” and for five years the ARD program “Understand Fun”. The RBB gives him even its own show: “Cherno – The Talk Show”. When he is taken out of the program in 2003, he says: “That was the funniest part-time job I’ve ever had.
“Born and raised in Berlin in 1965, as the son of a ship’s cook from Gambia and a Berlin piano teacher, he studied political science and music at the Free University Berlin. “I knew early on that I wanted to become a journalist and in bands I had played as a schoolboy. My first line of money I earned as a freelance journalist then also with concert reviews. ”
Yvonne Ransbach was born in 1975 in Kassel. From 2000 to 2001 she was at the ZDF in Press “today” deals. This was followed by stations in current editors at Sat.1 and SWR. Following an internship at “Good evening RTL” in RTL studio in Frankfurt, Yvonne Ransbach got back at ZDF and moderated from May 2003, the news on the “Morning Magazine”.
In 2004 she transferred to the boulevard magazine “Hello Germany”, where she first presented the show in the weekly change with Marco Schreyl. As Marco Schreyl left ZDF, she became the face of the mission in July 2005.
After studying Anne Will worked at Radio Free Berlin, and from 1991 to 1992, she rendered there as an intern in radio and television. From 1996 to 1998 she hosted in the media show Parlazzo the WDR. From November 1999, she presented the first woman to the hitherto male-dominated sports show what they abruptly made known to a large audience. In 2000, she hosted for ARD Sports broadcasts of the Olympic Games in Sydney.
As a successor to Gabi Bauer, Will joined on 14 April 2001 its new role as presenter of Daystheme at first alternating with Ulrich Wickert, from September 2006, alternating with his successor Tom Buhrow. This was the last show she hosted on 24 June 2007, after which she was replaced by Caren Miosga. After Günther Jauch had rejected the position offered, Anne Will chose the director of ARD the successor of Sabine Christiansen for a political talk show that aired under the name “Anne Will” on 16 September 2007 the first time and since, therefore, on Sunday evening after the scene has its proper place.
Frauke Ludowig was working for the TV station RTL since May 1992 where she moderated alternately with her colleagues Leonard Diepenbrock and Kena Amoa in mission Exclusive. The Star magazine, a “Star Magazine” with themes similar to those of the tabloid press. In May 1994, she took over the editorial board of various exclusive formats. Since 2004 she has also hosted the annual Domino Day. Frauke Ludowig also presented sporadically the lifestyle magazine “Life – The desire to live”, which ran only in the summer months as a rule. She also reports of royal weddings, funerals and VIP events that belong to her area of responsibility at RTL.