Florian is an Austrian TV journalist and morning show anchor of Germany’s broadcast network ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG, currently stationed at the network’s bureau in Vienna, Austria, co-anchoring the most watched morning show in the country, Cafe Puls on PULS4. Furthermore, he is the station’s special correspondent for major news events like the refugee movement throughout Europe, the last four U.S. presidential elections, the Afghanistan war, the resignation of Pope Benedict and the following conclave that led to the pontificate of Pope Francis, the financial crisis and political upheaval in Greece and much more. He recently spent four months in the United States to work for NBC News, MSNBC and WNBC in New York City as well as CNBC in San Francisco, California, as part of the Arthur F. Burns Fellowship 2016. In 2008, he received the US-Austrian Journalism Exchange Fellowship to work for CNN International in Atlanta, Georgia. Before becoming a journalist, Florian studied international relations and world order at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom. After receiving training at German journalism schools like the ARD ZDF media academy in Mainz, RTL journalism school in Cologne, etc. Danner started his journalism career at a local radio station.
Main Pillar: Media
Areas of Expertise: Journalism and New Media Technologies
Country of Origin: Austria
City of Residency: Vienna, Austria