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Falling Fences: Are there Any Boundaries the Press Must Not Cross?

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Marx Palast
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in englischer Sprache

Vortragende

Fernsehjournalistin und Moderatorin, Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, Potsdam
Deputy Director, International Press Institute, Vienna
Executive Director, Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in South East Europe, Thessaloniki
Adviser of the President of the Republic of Croatia for Social Affairs, Office of the President of the Republic of Croatia, Zagreb
Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Wiener Zeitung, Vienna Chair

Dr. Petra LIDSCHREIBER

Fernsehjournalistin und Moderatorin, Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, Potsdam

 Nach dem Besuch der Deutschen Journalistenschule in München und Hospitanzen beim Münchner Merkur und SWR, studierte sie Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Politische Wissenschaften und Ökonomie an der FU Berlin, an der Duke University Durham, NC (USA) und an der London School of Economics (MA in Economics). An der FU Berlin promovierte sie zur Dr. rer. pol.
 
 Beim WDR begann sie 1979 ihre Laufbahn als Fernsehjournalistin in der Wirtschaftsredaktion. Von 1992 bis 1997 war sie für die ARD als Korrespondentin im Studio New York, anschließend im Bonner Studio. Im November wurde sie Chefredakteurin Fernsehen beim SFB.
 
 Nach der Fusion mit dem ORB 2003 hatte sie diese Funktion beim neu entstandenen Sender rbb weiterhin bis Oktober 2006 inne. Zudem moderierte sie von 1999 bis 2006 das Polit-Magazin Kontraste und zahlreiche Sondersendungen der ARD und des RBB.
 
 Seit November 2006 leitet sie die Redaktion Mittel- und Osteuropa beim RBB

Anthony MILLS

Deputy Director, International Press Institute, Vienna

 Anthony Mills is the Vienna correspondent of France 24 English, the international television news broadcaster based in Paris. A former CNN correspondent in Beirut, he is also a university journalism lecturer, and an independent communications and media consultant, and has lectured regularly on the role of the media in the fight against corruption. He is currently completing his PhD in journalism at the University of Vienna, Austria. His research focuses on the impact of state surveillance on journalism. He holds a BA in International Relations from Brown University, and an MA in International Journalism from City University, London.

Nenad SEBEK

Executive Director, Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in South East Europe, Thessaloniki

1975-1986 Journalist, presenter and editor, Radio Belgrade
1986-1991, 1994 Producer, Senior Producer in Yugoslav (later South Slavonic) BBC World Service
1992-1993 Special Reporter for the former Yugoslavia BBC World Service
1995 News Producer, BBC World Service Newsroom
1996-1999 South East European Correspondent, based in Zagreb then Belgrade, "The World"
1998-1999 Director of Media Focus, a media monitoring project funded by the EU and the UK government covering the main media in Belgrade, Pristina, Podgorica and Novi Sad, IWPR (Institute for War and Peace Reporting)
1999-2002 Moscow Correspondent, The World (A co-production of the BBC World Service, WGBH and PRI)
2004-2007 Adjunct Assistant Professor in Politics and Journalism, ACT (American College of Thessaloniki)
since 2007 Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe, Thessaloniki

Zrinka VRABEC-MOJZES

Adviser of the President of the Republic of Croatia for Social Affairs, Office of the President of the Republic of Croatia, Zagreb

since 1984 Journalist of "Radio 101"
since 1985 freelancer for Croation TV
 International Relations "Radio 101"
1995-98 Editor-in-chief of "Radio 101"

Mag. Thomas SEIFERT

Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Wiener Zeitung, Vienna

1987-1991 Bachelor degree course, Biology, University of Salzburg
1991-1998 Master degree course, Botany, University of Vienna
1991-1998 Staff writer, Falter, Vienna
1999-2005 Member of the Editorial Staff, Foreign Affairs Section, News, Vienna
1999 International Media Fellowship, Duke University, Durham, NC
2001 International Visitors Program, The State Department
2001 Lecturer, Danube University, Krems
2006-2012 Member of the Editorial Staff, Foreign Affairs Section, Die Presse, Vienna
2009 Lecturer, University of Vienna
since 2012 Deputy Editor in Chief, Wiener Zeitung, Vienna