Dirk Sager

Dirk Sager (13 August 1940 – 2 January 2014) was a German journalist.[1]

Dirk Sager
Dirk Sager, 2009
Sager in 2009
Born13 August 1940
Died2 January 2014 (aged 73)
Potsdam, Germany
OccupationJournalist
Years active1966–2013

Life

Sager studied American studies, politics and journalism at the Free University of Berlin. He worked as journalist in German television. Since 1968 he worked for German broadcaster ZDF. He was member of P.E.N..[2]

Awards

References

  1. ^ Dirk Sager obituary
  2. ^ Deutsche Welle:Schreiben kann tödlich sein (german)

External links

1940

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was a leap year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar, the 1940th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 940th year of the 2nd millennium, the 40th year of the 20th century, and the 1st year of the 1940s decade.

1940 in Germany

Events in the year 1940 in Germany.

2014 in Germany

Events in the year 2014 in Germany.

Bettina Wegner

Bettina Wegner (born 4 November 1947 in West-Berlin) is a German singer-songwriter. She is best known for her song "Sind so kleine Hände", written as "Kinder (Children)", also sung by Joan Baez, Dean Reed and others.

Deaths in January 2014

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Entries for each day are listed alphabetically by surname. A typical entry lists information in the following sequence:

Name, age, country of citizenship and reason for notability, established cause of death, reference.

Eifel Literature Festival

The Eifel Literatur Festival (German: Eifel Literatur Festival) is a volunteer-organized literature event held in the Eifel mountains in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate every two years as part of the state's "Cultural Summer".

The aim of the festival is to raise the Eifel onto the European literature stage. The festival originated from a private initiative by Germanic scholar, Dr. Josef Zierden. In 1994, he inaugurated the Eifel Literature Festival in the town of Prüm, in the small cashier's room of a bank, as an accompanying programme for the presentation of his book "The Eifel in Literature".

Hanns Joachim Friedrichs Award

The Hanns Joachim Friedrichs Award is a German award for excellence in journalism.

It was first awarded in 1995. The award is named for the German journalist Hanns Joachim Friedrichs, who died in the year before the awards had established. The winners of the award are journalists who have achieved exceptional results in their work.

List of German journalists

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Psalm 9

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Sager

Sager is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Bobby Sager, entrepreneur turned philanthropist, and inspiration for The Philanthropist television series

Carole Bayer Sager (born 1947), American lyricist, songwriter, and singer

Craig Sager (1951–2016), American broadcaster

David Sager (died 1986), victim of the Mindbender tragedy

Dirk Sager (1940–2014), German journalist

Gareth Sager (born 1960), British musician

Lawrence G. Sager (born 1941), American university dean

Pony Sager (1848–1928), American baseball player

Rabeh Sager (born 1964), Arabic singer

Ruth Sager, (1918–1997), American geneticist

Sidney Sager (1917–2002), British composer and musician

Sager orphans, seven orphans on a trek to Oregon in 1844

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