Michael Gerber becomes the new TV reporter for Great Britain

After training as a primary and secondary teacher, Michael Gerber completed his MA in History, Political Science, Journalism and Communication at the Universities of Bern and Fribourg. After graduating in 1998, he began his journalistic career as a regional and national editor at “Berner Zeitung”. In 2001 he moved to the news magazine Facts, where he worked as an editor in the Bundestag.

Michael Gerber has been working for SRF since 2003: initially on the news program “10vor10”, from 2007 he worked for four years as a French-speaking correspondent in Switzerland, and from 2011 to 2017 as a TV correspondent in France. Since his return to Switzerland, Michael Gerber has worked as editor and coordinator for the International Television Newsroom, as a producer responsible for several series on “10vor10” and SRF News Digital, and at the end of September 2021, among others, was responsible for television reporting on the federal elections in Germany and recently was reported as a special correspondent from the World Climate Conference in Glasgow.

He is now moving to Great Britain in the spring of 2022, replacing Henriette Engbersen, who is returning to Switzerland. Michael Gerber: “I am looking forward to this new challenge – with so many big issues in a diverse country: How are things going after Brexit? How do England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales look forward – together or separately? And how do we see the future of US.” The Kingdom and the Commonwealth of Nations if Queen Elizabeth II someday retires from office and life? Lots of exciting topics to look forward to.”

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Rito Gerber, Editor-in-Chief of Foreign Television: “I am very pleased that we can send such an outstanding journalist to London at Michael Gerber. Michael Gerber has everything that is needed for correspondent work: specialized knowledge, performance skills, flexibility and high affinity for digital carriers, as, of course, for all formats on TV.”

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