Born in Berlin, Nadine Hadad is a journalist and moderator. She started out as a children’s reporter for KIKA, where she interviewed, among others, the then German Chancellor Angela Merkel. After earning a bachelor’s and master’s degree with a focus on communications, she has been a reporter on the road since 2017. Starting at Radio Fritz, the youth program of Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (rbb), and since 2019 at PULS from Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR), part of the young content network of ARD and ZDF. There, for example, she reported on the democracy festival in the so-called “Nazi village” Jamel or on Afro-German traces in German history. Nadine Hadad also regularly moderates panels and formats for a young target group on socio-political issues, such as the “Young Series” from the Bavarian State Parliament and the ARD Youth Media Day.
Marspet Movsisyan, born in Artashat, Armenia, and raised in Hamburg, has been in front of the camera for over ten years: initially with his own YouTube videos and since 2017 as a reporter for Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR). He also works as a writer and social media manager for various information and documentary formats, for example “reporter” from funk, the young content network of ARD and ZDF. After studying social sciences, he completed his two-year WDR program traineeship in 2022. Origin, identity, discrimination, racism and injustice – these are the topics that drive him and about which he likes to report. Always with the focus on letting affected people have their say and giving them the opportunity to share their experiences with a large audience.
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