Andrej Grabowski Coaching

Andrej Grabowski


Learned his craft while employed by newspapers and public broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk before working for public broadcasting companies for many years. He spent 10 years as a deputy editor-in-chief managing the N24/Welt news channel. Grabowski teaches journalism to editorial teams and at the Bavarian Press Academy. He also works as a media trainer coaching senior executives and presenters in Germany and abroad.


Since 2012

Coach and rhetoric trainer for business, politicians and presenters; production of TV programmes in the knowledge and politics segment

  • 2013: Editorial management of the Merkel/Steinbrück TV duel for broadcaster SAT.1
  • 2012: Chief editor at broadcaster ProSieben for the series “Die Absolute Mehrheit” with Stefan Raab
  • 2009: Editorial management of the Merkel/Steinmeier TV duel for broadcaster Sat.1
2005 – 2012 

Deputy editor-in-chief at the N24 news channel


Managing editor for N24 magazine and talk show programme development; presentation of magazine programmes


ProSiebenSat.1, Kabel 1 and N24 managing editor in the “Parliament” editorial department

1999 – 2000

ProSieben managing editor for the “Welt der Wunder” programme


Worked at public broadcaster ARD’s South America studio in Buenos Aires

1992 – 1999

Worked for public broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk, managing editor and presenter at Radio Bayern 3; presentation and editing of radio station NDR 2’s current affairs magazine programmes

1991 – 1992

“Berliner Zeitung” newspaper – Page 3 reportage

1987 – 1991

Worked for public broadcaster Sender Freies Berlin, radio / TV as a presenter, reporter, public broadcaster ARD’s correspondent at the East Germany studio

1980 – 1986

“Hessisch – Niedersächsische Zeitung”, “Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung”,  “BILD” newspapers

1980 – 1986

Studied German and Social Sciences, passing the “Staatsexamen” German government licencing examination at the University of Göttingen


Abitur (German certificate of general qualification for university entrance)

Since 1996

Lecturer at the Bavarian Press Academy in Munich