Antonia Rados: Award-winning reporter ends her TV career at RTL

Antonia Rados
Award-winning reporter ends her TV career at RTL

Antonia Rados will no longer work for RTL as a reporter.


The RTL reporter Antonia Rados stops. After 25 years, the journalists will no longer stand in front of the camera for the broadcaster.

After 25 years, RTL says goodbye to Antonia Rados (69). As the broadcaster announced, the reporter and journalist will be giving up her TV career there after 25 years. Most recently, Rados worked for RTL and n-tv in the Ukraine in the spring. “RTL was my journalistic home for more than a quarter of a century and I have enjoyed working for the station over the years,” Rados is quoted as saying in the statement.

You have received many opportunities to realize yourself as a reporter. She wishes the new generation all the best at RTL. Rados became known to a wide audience during the Iraq war in 2003 due to its live reporting from Baghdad. In her long career, she has received numerous awards, including the Robert Geisendörfer Prize for her report “Feuertod” about Afghan women who set themselves on fire. Rados can also call the German TV Award its own.

The Austrian has been working in Germany since the early 1990s

The Austrian started her career at ORF and moved to Germany to WDR in the early 1990s. Since 1993, the Klagenfurt resident has worked for RTL. In 2008 she switched to ZDF as a special correspondent for a short time, but returned to RTL just one year later, for which she has worked ever since.


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