Susanne Kluge-Paustian

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Susanne Kluge-Paustian (* 4. March 1966 as Susanne Rehbein in Hannover ) is a German journalist , television presenter , reporter and coach.


After graduating from high school, Susanne Kluge completed a two-year training as a medical-technical radiology assistant (MTRA) at the University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein . She then studied German and Romance languages ​​at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel and completed a TV traineeship at SAT.1 in 1991 . Until 1997 she worked at SAT.1 for the regional program as a presenter, editor and reporter. In addition, she worked as a radio presenter for Radio Schleswig-Holstein . In 1994, she supplemented her training with studies in dance, singing, speaking and acting at the Stage School of Music, Dance and Drama, Hamburg.

In 1997 the television journalist switched to the culture department of NDR television in Hamburg as a presenter and writer , moderated Nordzeit and the cultural journal and made contributions to the program DAS! . This was followed by five years of moderation for Deutsche Welle TV in Berlin and activities as a reporter and spokesperson for Pro7 in Munich. Since 2005 Susanne Kluge has worked as a freelance journalist, author and presenter for the NDR health magazine Visite   as an author behind the camera. Since 2009 she has been the second presenter of the program Visite alongside Vera Cordes . In Visite- Team Susanne Kluge also one of the reporters for operation life. As part of the ARD theme week Zum Glück , she conceived and shot a report on MutMachMenschen in 2013 .

The television journalist has also been a member of the tagesschau24 moderator team since 2017 and presents the business news on the ARD digital channel.


Susanne Kluge-Paustian lives with her family near Hamburg. She dances, trained as a Nia teacher in 2004 and is a licensed Nia Black Belt trainer.


Susanne Kluge was awarded the Herta Seebaß Media Prize 2009/2010 as a journalist.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Susanne Kluge-Paustian at
  2. OperationLeben - everyday hospital life up close on from June 18, 2016
  3. 30-minute report "MutMachMenschen" on November 16, 2013 for Radio Bremen TV
  4. Portrait of Susanne Kluge-Paustian , pro magazin from November 29, 2016
  5. Susanne Kluge as Nia Black Belt Teacher at
  6. Herta-Seebaß-Medienpreis der Deutschen Rheumaliga 2009/2010 The portal for award-winning journalism on
  7. ^ Article about the award ceremony on the website of the Federal Ministry of Family Affairs on November 8, 2010