Christoph Lanz Biography
Christoph Lanz is a journalist, media specialist, and strategic adviser in media development for both national and international clients. He serves as a Trustee for the Thomson Foundation, UK, and is Head of the Board of Thomson Media Germany, gGmbH.
He started in journalism in the early 80s as a reporter and editor for Suedwestfunk (SWF) a member of ARD (broadcaster), Germany’s nationwide public service broadcasting cooperation. Christoph also served for various television and radio stations including SWF and NDR and was a freelancing correspondent in New York, New York for various ARD stations and RTL, Luxembourg.
Christoph Lanz Age
Christoph Lanz was born in 1959, in Darmstadt, Germany. He is 63 years old.
Christoph Lanz Height
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Christoph Lanz Family
Christoph was born and raised in Darmstadt, Germany by his loving and caring parents. However, information regarding his family members is under review and this section will be updated as soon as possible.
Christoph Lanz Wife
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Christoph Lanz Net Worth
Lanz has an estimated net worth of $ 5 million.
Christoph Lanz Career
In the early 90s, Christoph moved to the RIAS Berlin television branch, where, two years later he became Editor-in-Chief. After the political upheaval with the fall of the Wall in Germany and the ensuing disbandment of RIAS TV, Deutsche Welle (Germany’s International Broadcasting Service) took over the entity. As Editor-in-Chief Christoph Lanz was responsible for the launch of DW-TV, the German global television service.
Lanz was appointed Director of Television at Deutsche Welle in 2002. During his twelve years as Deutsche Welle’s TV- and Multimedia-Director he was responsible for the launch of the Arabic television service and a Hispanic television program. In this capacity, he interviewed among other heads of state Pope Benedict XVI.
Christoph is an honorary fellow of the University of Melbourne and a member of the board of the M100 Sanssouci Colloquium in Potsdam, Germany. He is also deputy chairman of the association “Förderverein Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer” which supports the Berlin Wall Foundation.