Dieter Kronzucker
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Dieter Kronzucker
Dieter Kronzucker
Hans Dieter Kronzucker.jpg
Born(1936-04-22)April 22, 1936
Munich, Germany
Alma materUniversity of Vienna
OccupationJournalist, television presenter
ChildrenSusanne Kronzucker

Hans-Dieter Kronzucker (born April 22, 1936) is a German journalist and television presenter.[1]

Life

Kronzucker was born in Munich, the son of an opera singer mother and a father who worked in the tourism industry. He grew up in Cologne and Tegernsee, Bavaria. He attended the Wittelsbacher-Gymnasium in Munich, graduating in 1954; during his time there, he founded and was the editor-in-chief of the school newspaper. He then studied philosophy and cultural history in Munich, Barcelona and Vienna, completing his PhD at the University of Vienna.

Kronzucker worked for many years as a journalist and television presenter in Germany, and is perhaps best known for presenting news magazine heute-journal, which he presented from 1978 until 1980, and again between 1986 and 1988. From 2001 to 2007 Kronzucker worked as professor at University of Television and Film Munich. Kronzucker lives in Berlin, Munich and Tegernsee.

In 1980, his two daughters, Sabine and Susanne, along with a nephew, were kidnapped whilst on holiday in Barberino Val d'Elsa, Tuscany. They were held captive for more than two months, being released after their families paid a ransom of 4.3 million Deutschmarks to the kidnappers.[2][3] Susanne later went on to become a well-known journalist in her own right, for many years presenting news programme RTL aktuell, as deputy to anchor Peter Kloeppel.

Awards

References

  1. ^ "Dieter Kronzucker". n24.de.
  2. ^ "Was macht eigentlich... Martin Wächtler". Stern. 19 June 2002. Retrieved 2018.
  3. ^ "Ende der Entführung". Die Zeit. 10 October 1980. Retrieved 2018.

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