Olli Briesch

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Olli Briesch, 2018

Oliver Briesch (born January 27, 1975 in Trier ) is a German radio and television presenter.

Briesch graduated from high school in 1994 and studied geography, business administration and media marketing in Trier and Munich.

After positions at Radioropa Info (1995), Energy Rheinland-Pfalz (1996–1997) and Energy Munich (1998), Briesch joined WDR radio 1LIVE at the end of 1999 . There he first moderated morning and afternoon programs and then switched to the station's morning program as a moderator. Since the introduction of double moderation in 2007, Olli Briesch has moderated the morning show Monday to Friday from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. together with Michael Imhof . From 2002 to 2010 he also presented the annual music award 1 Live Krone , which is broadcast on WDR television.

From July 2010 to September 2014, Briesch presented the program Weck Up on Sat.1 every Sunday , initially together with Christine Henning , later with Judith Pinnow . The program was removed from the program due to incorrect licensing by the responsible state media authority and several court judgments and has not been produced since then.

As a television presenter, Briesch stood in 2006 for the WDR show Für heute-Danke! in front of the camera, sat on Sat.1 in the panel of the show What thinks Germany? and in July 2007 hosted ten episodes of the program Quiztour for kabel eins .

From 2009 to 2016, Olli Briesch was the voice of the German music award Echo on behalf of NDR and commented live on the award ceremony.

In 2016 1LIVE produced a web series with Briesch and Imhof, in which fictional off-air scenes from the studio are shown.

On October 31 and November 1, 2017, two consecutive public holidays in North Rhine-Westphalia, Olli Briesch and his moderation partner Michael Imhof presented a 48-hour show in the 1LIVE studio. The program, entitled Mission Holiday, was the longest broadcast route in 1LIVE's history. The two u. a. by guests like Elyas M'Barek , Luke Mockridge or through performances by the band Queerbeat .

A program on September 7, 2018 caused a stir. That morning, Briesch and Imhof were surprised by their team with a task. The music went out and the two had to spontaneously moderate for 3 hours "unplugged", without music and any broadcast elements. During this unusual experiment there were short appearances by the musicians Bosse and Josh , as well as a long farewell interview with BVB goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller , who officially ended his career on the same evening.

Briesch moderates numerous events and functions. 2014 to 2016 was on tour with a stage program based on the 1LIVE original sound charts in 50 cities in NRW. and he was the presenter of a big stage tour to say goodbye to radio colleague Jürgen Domian .

Olli Briesch also works as a coach for radio stations, e.g. B. the campus radios in NRW. Briesch was a guest lecturer at the German Radio Academy in Oberhausen.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Timo Niemeier: Third party provider: Sat.1 deletes "Weck Up" . Ed .: Dwdl.
  2. Sat.1 stops 'Planetopia' and 'Weck up' . In: www.t-online.de . ( t-online.de [accessed on October 7, 2016]).
  3. ^ WDR: “1LIVE Mission Holiday” - The 48-hour show with Olli Briesch and the Imhof - Press Lounge - WDR. October 26, 2017, accessed July 4, 2019 .
  4. DWDL de GmbH: 1Live pulls the plug: Yes, is it already Christmas today? Retrieved July 4, 2019 .
  5. ^ Westfälische Nachrichten: Funny and absurd o-tones . In: Westfälische Nachrichten . ( wn.de [accessed October 7, 2016]).
  6. Steffen Bender: A stage-ready original sound show with Olli and Michael | WAZ.de. In: www.derwesten.de. Retrieved October 7, 2016 .
  7. Stefan Lind: Every conversation was important. Retrieved on July 4, 2019 (German).