Peter Knicza

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Peter Knicza (* 1942 in Vienna ; † June 28, 2012 ) was an Austrian radio presenter .


Peter Knicza came to the radio through a speaking competition and from 1968 presented various programs for the ORF . He was also a news and sports speaker. Well-known formats that he accompanied were, among others, the 100,000 Schilling quiz (alternating with Brigitte Xander ) on Ö3 , with music into the weekend on Radio Vienna or the Austria rally . He was also station voice and developer of the program promotion for Ö1 .

In 2002 Peter Knicza retired after having worked for the station for 35 years. After his death on September 16, 2012, the Peter Knicza Memorial took place in his honor for the first time at the Krieau trotting track in Vienna , a trotting race for 4-year-olds and older horses with prize money totaling 1,500 euros.

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  1. a b ORF radio presenter Peter Knicza has died , Der Standard from July 3, 2012 , accessed on October 29, 2015
  2. inlet results in , accessed on 29 October 2015