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Political party  The Daisy
Role  Journalist
Name  Lilli Gruber

Profession  Journalist
Alma mater  University of Venice
Siblings  Micki Gruber
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Majority  Party of European Socialists
Full Name  Dietlinde Gruber
Born  April 19, 1957 (age 58) Bolzano, South Tyrol, Italy (1957-04-19)
Spouse(s)  Jacques Charmelot (m. 2012)
Education  Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Party  Democracy is Freedom – The Daisy
Parents  Herlinde Deutsch, Alfred Gruber
Similar People  Enrico Mentana, Carmen Lasorella, Bianca Berlinguer, Monica Maggioni, Marco Travaglio

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Dietlinde "Lilli" Gruber (born 19 April 1957) is an Italian journalist and former politician.

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Currently a talk show host for Italian private television channel La7, Gruber also served as Member of the European Parliament from 2004 to September 2008 with the Olive Tree left-wing coalition.

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Early career and resignation from RAI

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Gruber was born in Bolzano and is a German and Italian native speaker. She graduated in foreign languages and literature at the University of Venice. In 1982 Gruber started her journalism career and in 1987 became TG1's anchor, the main television news program on Rai Uno.

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In 1988, she became political correspondent for RAI, covering events such as the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the war in the former Yugoslavia, the situation in the United States after the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001, and the Iraqi war.

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In 1999 she worked with the German TV channel SWF (1988) and Pro 7 (1996).

In April 2004 Gruber resigned from her position at RAI in protest against the influence on state controlled media by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. She attacked his "unresolved conflict of interest", and considered that RAI had abandoned its tradition of pluralism in order to support the government's views. Gruber has also worked for the Italian newspaper La Stampa, for "Io Donna", TV Sorrisi e Canzoni and Anna.

Member of European Parliament

In the European Parliament elections of 2004 she ran as an independent candidate for the European Parliament under the centre-left Olive Tree ticket; her candidacy was proposed, together with Michele Santoro, after she was pushed out of Silvio Berlusconi-controlled RAI. She topped the Olive Tree votes in two electoral regions, and beat Berlusconi himself in the Central region vote. After election, she joined the Socialist Group. Gruber served in the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, and as an alternate on the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Chair of the Delegation for relations with the Gulf States, including Yemen. She resigned from her position in September 2008, months before the natural completion of her mandate, to return to her previous journalism career.

Back into national TV

After her resignation from European Parliament, in 2008 Gruber accepted an offer from private TV channel La7, where she took charge of the long-running political talk show Otto e mezzo, that she still hosts to date.

Bilderberg invitation

She was included in the guest list of Bilderberg Group 2012 edition, at Chantilly, Virginia, as Journalist/Anchorwoman, and was the only journalist allowed at the 2013 meeting in Hertfordshire, England.

Education

  • 1993: 'William Benton Fellowship for Broadcasting Journalists' at the University of Chicago
  • 2002: 'Visiting scholar' at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) of Johns Hopkins University; for two years 'discussion leader' at the World Economic Forum of Davos
  • Awards and honours

  • 1991: "Numeri UNO" Prize
  • 1995: Best Female Journalist
  • 1995: Carlo Schmidt Preis, Germany, for distinguished service to freedom of information
  • 1995: Fregene prize
  • 2001: Spoleto prize
  • For covering the war in Iraq, inter alia
  • 2004: Honorary graduate of the American University of Rome
  • Works

  • I miei Giorni a Baghdad ("My Days in Baghdad", 2003)
  • L'altro Islam ("The Other Islam", 2004)
  • Chador (2005)
  • America anno zero ("America year zero", 2006)
  • Figlie dell'Islam (2007)
  • Streghe (2008)
  • Ritorno a Berlino (2009)
  • Eredità (2012)
  • Tempesta (2014)
  • References

    Lilli Gruber Wikipedia


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