Roger de Weck

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Person.png Roger de Weck  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(editor-in-chief, deep state operative)
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Born17. October 1953
Alma materUniversity of St. Gallen
ParentsPhilippe de Weck
Children • Joseph de Weck
• Margaux de Weck
• Laura de Weck
Member ofWEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/1994

Roger François Philippe de Weck is a Swiss editor and media manager. From the beginning of 2011 to the end of September 2017 he was Director-General of the public broadcaster Swiss Broadcasting Corporation.

He is the son of the Swiss banker Philippe de Weck, who attended meetings of the deep state milieu Le Cercle several times in the 1970s. Roger de Weck was selected a Global Leader for Tomorrow by the World Economic Forum in 1994.

Early Life

After studying economics with a focus on economic history at the University of St. Gallen (HSG), the bilingual (German/french) de Weck entered journalism as a business editor and Zurich correspondent for the Tribune de Genève. With Max Mabillard he published the bestseller Scandale au Crédit Suisse in 1977 about a financial scandal at the big bank Credit Suisse. In 1979 he moved to Zürich as business editor Weltwoche. From 1983 he worked for the Hamburg weekly newspaper die Zeit (central in the German part of the Bilderberg network) as a political editor, Paris correspondent, reporter and – after a year – as head of the economic department. In 1992 he returned to Zürich as editor-in-chief of the Tages-Anzeiger. In 1997 he moved again to Hamburg and die Zeit, this time as editor-in-chief.

From 2001 to 2010 Roger de Weck was a freelance journalist. He wrote for print media in Germany, France and Switzerland. He also regularly presented a television show on Swiss television. From 2004 to 2010 he was President of the Board of Trustees of the Geneva Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. De Weck is a visiting lecturer at the College of Europe in Bruges and Warsaw/Natolin, member of the Foundation Board of the Aachen Charlemagne Prize, editor of the Körber Foundation's foreign policy book series Standpoints and honorary doctorate from the University of Lucerne (2006)[1] as well as the University of Freiburg[2]. In 2004 he received the Davos Media Prize.

On May 18, 2010, he was elected Director-General of Swiss Broadcasting Corporation with effect from January 1, 2011, succeeding Armin Walpen.[3] He was succeeded by Gilles Marchand on October 1, 2017.[4]

Roger de Weck lives in Zurich and Bern. He is married and the father of four children, including the political scientist Joseph de Weck, the lecturer and editor Margaux de Weck and the actress and author Laura de Weck. He is the son of the Swiss banker Philippe de Weck, who attended meetings of the deep state milieu Le Cercle several times in the 1970s.


Events Participated in

WEF/Annual Meeting/200421 January 200425 January 2004World Economic Forum
2068 billionaires, CEOs and their politicians and "civil society" leaders met under the slogan Partnering for Prosperity and Security. "We have the people who matter," said World Economic Forum Co-Chief Executive Officer José María Figueres.
WEF/Annual Meeting/201126 January 201130 January 2011World Economic Forum
2229 guests in Davos
WEF/Annual Meeting/201225 January 201229 January 2012World Economic Forum
2113 guests in Davos


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