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The European Public

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Plenary / Panel
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Chefredakteur, Athesia Gruppe/ Redaktion "Dolomiten"
European Commission, Directorate General for Education and Culture (DG EAC)
Consultant, g+ Europe, Brussels
Journalist and Editor, Warsaw
Senior Writer, financial policy issues, Financial Times
Direktor für Internationale Beziehungen, Le Monde, Paris
Generaldirektor, SRG SSR - Schweizerische Radio- und Fernsehgesellschaft, Zürich

Dr. Toni EBNER

Chefredakteur, Athesia Gruppe/ Redaktion "Dolomiten"

Lokalredaktion - Bozen "Dolomiten" Gründungs-Chefredakteur der Südtiroler Sonntagszeitung "Zett"
 Studium der österr. und italienischen Rechtswissenschaften an der Landesuniversität Innsbruck
 Redaktionspraktikant bei der katholischen Wochenzeitung "präsent" (Verlangsanstalt Tyrolia) in Innsbruck
 Praktikum bei den "Salzburger Nachrichten"
 Ausbildung zum Agenturjournalisten in der Hauptredaktion der österreichischen Nachrichtenagentur APA in Wien
 Leiter der APA Redaktion für Tirol in Innsbruck
1985
1989
 Ab 1992 Chefredakteur-Stellvertreter der "Dolomiten"
 Seit 1995 Chefredakteur der "Dolomiten"
 Seit 1998 Lehrbeauftragter am Institut für Zeitgeschichte der Universität Innsbruck
 Seit April 1999 Aufsichtsrat der Landeshypothekenbank Tirol

Mag. Harald HARTUNG

European Commission, Directorate General for Education and Culture (DG EAC)

-85 studied History at the University of Vienna -87 Post graduate studies at the Institute of international Relations (University of Vienna, Law faculty) -88 Federation of Austrian Industrialists (VÖI) department for trade and int. monetary policy -91 Head of the Brussels office of the Federation of Austrian Industrialists, Austrian Delegate to the European Industrial Confederation UNICE -96 EFTA Secretariat, Policy co-ordinator for EU-EFTA negotiations on the free movement of goods in the EEA -99 Counsellor for Industrial Affairs at the Permanent Representation of Austria to the EU and head of Delegation of the Federation of Austrian Industry (VÖI) at the Permanent Representation European Commission (DG X), Head of Unit responsible for new technologies in the audiovisual sector
1980
1985
1986
1988
1992
1996
1999
 until 2000 European public opinion polls ("Eurobarometer")

Mag. Gregor KREUZHUBER

Consultant, g+ Europe, Brussels

 University degree economic sciences in Vienna and Madrid
 Option trader in London
 Freelance journalist
 Member of Cabinet of EU Commissioner Franz Fischler
 Spokesperson of EU Commissioner Franz Fischler
 Spokesperson of EU Commission Vice President Günter Verheugen
 Senior Partner at g+ europe, Brussels
 
 With his in-depth knowledge of the EU's media and decision-making process, Gregor provides strategic advice for the EU consultancy GPlus Europe to a number of blue-chip companies from the IT, energy and chemicals sector.
 Prior to joining GPlus as a partner in 2006 Gregor spent over ten years in the European Commission as a spokesperson and political adviser to two different Commissioners. His last post was with Commission Vice-President in charge of Enterprise and Industry Günter Verheugen. Prior to this he was the Commission's Spokesman for Agriculture, Rural Development and Fisheries with Commissioner Franz Fischler. He was at the forefront of communicating the Commission's handling of the BSE crisis and was part of the EU's negotiating team at the WTO Summits in Seattle, Doha, Cancun and Geneva.
 During his stint with the European Commission he communicated their position on many of the headline-grabbing pieces of EU legislation, including the EU's new chemicals registration system (REACH), the new legislative framework for the European car industry, the Better Regulation initiative, the reform of farm and fisheries policies, the foot-and-mouth crisis and the Doha Development Round.
 This experience has given him a unique understanding and insight into how high-level policy making works in the EU. His specific areas of expertise are crisis communication and the fields of biotechnology, trade, agriculture, information technology and industry policy.

Mag. Adam KRZEMINSKI

Journalist and Editor, Warsaw

Journalist
seit 1967
 Co-Chefredakteur des Magazins "Dialog"
 Vorsitzender der Polnisch-Deutschen Gesellschaft in Warschau

Peter NORMAN

Senior Writer, financial policy issues, Financial Times

-75 Reuters Economic Services, London, Brussels, Frankfurt, Bonn -82 European Business Correspondent, The Times, Bonn and Brussels -88 International Economic Correspondent, Wall Street Journal Europe in Brussels and London Economics Editor, Financial Times, Chief Correspondent Germany; Bureau Chief and Chief Correspondent, Brussels
1968
1975
1982
1988-2002

Daniel VERNET

Direktor für Internationale Beziehungen, Le Monde, Paris

Journalist for La Montagne and Compagnie Francaise d'Edition Journalist for Le Monde Correspondent in Bonn Correspondent in Moscow Correspondent in London Chief of foreign desk Editor and chief editor
 Graduated from Institut d'Etudes Politiques of Paris
1969-1973
since 1973
1973
1977
1981
1983
1985-1990

Roger DE WECK

Generaldirektor, SRG SSR - Schweizerische Radio- und Fernsehgesellschaft, Zürich

Abschluss, Wirtschaftsstudium, St. Gallen Chefredakteur des Zürcher "Tages-Anzeigers" und Mitglied der Tamedia-Unternehmensleitung Chefredakteur, Die Zeit, Hamburg Publizist in Zürich und Berlin Gastprofessor am Europa-Kolleg, Brügge und Warschau Moderator der TV-Sendung "Sternstunden" (SF1 und 3SAT) Chairman of the Board, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies HEID, Genf
1976
1992-1997
1997-2000
seit 2000
seit 2001
seit 2002
seit 2004
 
 Mandate:
 Dozent, College of Europe, Brügge und Warschau/Natolin
 Stiftungsrat Internationaler Karlspreis Aachen
 Groupe de veille France-Allemagne, Institut Montaigne Paris
 Wissenschaftlicher Beirat der Zeitschrift "Critique internationale", Paris
 Herausgeber der außenpolitischen Buchreihe "Standpunkte" (Edition Körber-Stiftung Hamburg)
 Kuratorium Theodor-Heuss-Stiftung Stuttgart

Media Symposium

show timetable

29.08.2002

13:00 - 13:45 Opening Plenary
13:15 - 14:30 Keynotes Plenary
15:00 - 17:00 The Use of Media as an Instrument Plenary

30.08.2002

07:30 - 09:00 WS: Print Media on the Therapist s Couch Breakout
07:30 - 10:00 WG 2: Cutting Costs – Maximizing Profits After the Golden Age Breakout
07:30 - 10:00 WG 1: A threat to Freedom Focus on Journalists Breakout
12:00 - 13:30 WS: Print Media on the Therapist s Couch Breakout
12:00 - 14:30 WG: Content Managers Versus Journalist Breakout
12:00 - 14:30 WG 2: New Projects, New Media Companies Breakout
15:00 - 16:30 Outlook or Introspection Plenary

31.08.2002

07:30 - 09:30 The European Public Plenary