Antonia Rados is one of the most popular foreign correspondents in German television. In particular, the reports of the Iraq war in 2003 and the democratic developments in North Africa and the Middle East in the spring of 2011, which were often broadcasted live under dangerous conditions, brought Antonia international recognition.
Antonia is well known as a crisis reporter and Middle East expert through her dedicated reports from war zones.
Antonia Rados studied political science in Paris and Salzburg attaining a Ph.D and studied international relations at Johns Hopkins University in Bologna, Italy. Her journalistic career had begun in the Austrian ORF. In 1991 she started at German WDR, from there she moved on to RTL in 1995. After a brief spin-off to join ZDF in 2008 she returned to RTL. She won the German TV Prize and the Hanns-Joachim Friedrichs Award for her wartime coverage from Iraq. She also received the Robert Geisendörfer Prize, the German Camera Award and a nomination for the Grimme Prize and the German Television Prize.
With a wealth of experience reporting from the world’s hot spots, Antonia Rados offers audiences invaluable insights into the current social and political changes affecting the world. With vast media experience, she is a courageous and charismatic speaker and moderator.
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