Andreas Franik has been working in TV, radio and moderation for almost 30 years.
Andreas Franik started his career in 1990 at the Berlin radio station "Hundert,6", where he worked as a traffic jam reporter on board the traffic helicopter and with the OB van for live reports. Later he moved to the newsroom and became editor-in-chief of "Hundert,6".
In 2000, Andreas Franik (*1970) switched from microphone to camera and moderated the Telebörse on Germany's most famous news channel n-tv, where he also served as managing editor. He then became news anchor in the n-tv news at noon. From 2008 to 2013, he was head of the TV Communication division at the Stuttgart Stock Exchange and then founded the multimedia agency Fimeco GmbH, of which he still is managing director. Fimeco produces interview videos and offers media coaching as well as TV PR.
Andreas Franik is a lecturer at the Frankfurt School of Finance, mentor at the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University and a popular and experienced moderator at meetings, conferences and panel discussions.
He has hosted well over 1,000 TV programmes and interviewed numerous federal ministers and top figures from the worlds of business, sport, art and culture. He is also a sought-after moderator of events in all areas - from conferences for large companies and well-known associations to galas, award ceremonies, financial fairs and political talks by the Federal Foreign Office at home and abroad.