Thomas Cik (*1983) is a member of the editorial board of the daily newspaper “Kleine Zeitung” in Carinthia. He grew bilingual in Southern Carinthia and studied law in Graz and Palma. He started his career as a journalist at the age of 15 with the Kleine Zeitung, the news magazine “profil” and the “antenna Styria”. Cik is a lecturer for journalistic writing at the Karl-Franzens-University of Graz. In 2016 he published the biographical interview book “Heinz Stritzl, the Zeitzeuge”. Peter Fritz (*1961) is Head of the ORF international office in Brussels, previously he worked more than two decades as ORF correspondent in Bonn, Berlin and Washington, from 2003 to 2007 he was the Head of “Zeit im Bild abroad”. Peter Fritz studied German and history at the University of Vienna. At this time he also worked for the newspaper “Kleine Zeitung” and from 1982 in the Regional Studio Carinthia. From 1985 to 1986 he worked at “Radio Austria International”, and then in the domestic editorial. Numerous missions as a special correspondent made him known (the Berlin Wall, the Gulf War, the crisis in Albania) all over Austria. Harald Hafner (*1959) is President of the Travel Industry Club Austria, Managing Director of the Hotmama Hospitaliy & Tourismus Marketing Management Society and lecturer at several universities of applied sciences, the WIFI International and at the Entrepreneur Academy of the Austrian Hotel Association. As a tourism and marketing consultant, he works for international organizations and companies. Carmen Kassekert (*1939) comes from South Africa and lives in Klagenfurt. She works in the communications and media environment and has made her passion for literature to a profession. Since 2010 she organizes “Slam if you can!” – Competitions in Carinthia and beyond she has issued in this context an anthalogy with Slam texts. In addition to the organization and supervision of the young literary man, she frequently moderates poetry slams. Gudrun Leb (*1963) joined journalism after attending a college for women’s clothes makers in 1981 at the ORF Carinthia. After many stations in radio, print and television at home and abroad, she now supervises the section “Aufgezeigt” of the ORF Studios Carinthia, personal concerns of listeners and viewers from all private sectors. She was awarded the Austrian State Prize for Youth Journalism in 1986 and the Carinthian Media Prize in 2006. Claus Reitan (*1954) is a professor, journalist, author and speaker. His major issues and priorities are politics, society, migration, integration and sustainability. Claus Reitan was chief editor of the weekly newspaper Die FURCHE and of the Tiroler Tageszeitung, editor at NEWS and founding chief editor of “Österreich”. As a member of the editor’s association Reitan was co-founder of the new Austrian Press Council. He is co-editor of the manual “Practical Journalism”, engaged in training for journalism (professional ethics and quality journalism), initiated in cooperation with the Integration Fund and Trustees for Journalism Education the seminar series “Flight, Migration and Integration”. Numerous publications: “Society in Transition – change of perspective for Austria” (2014), “Franz Schausberger – politician, historian, European” (2015), “The new population movements – causes of migration” (Fall 2016). Sonja Sagmeister (*1975) has been lORF correspondent at the EU and NATO in Brussels for a long time. Now she works in the business section of “Zeit im Bild”. She studied in Graz languages and journalism and was appointed as Special Rapporteur about the euro’s introduction in the business section of the “Zeit im Bild”. Later she focused on social and economic reports on EU enlargement. Sagmeister is also known for her investigative reports on the topics like money laundering and the Amis-investors scandal. In collaboration with the German economist Daniel Gros she published the nonfiction “Nachkriegszeiten” in 2010. Susanne Schnabl-Wunderlich (*1980) has been a journalist and television presenter at the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF) since 2002. She is the presenter of the “Report”, a weekly TV magazine for domestic politics. In 2011 she received the Austrian State Prize for Educational Journalism, in 2016 the Robert Hochner Award. In 2016 she hosted the “Summer Talks” on ORF. In 2018, her book “We Must Talk. Why we need a new culture of debate” (Brandstätter Edition). Martin Traxl (*1964) has been editor in chief for cultural affairs within the Austrian Broadcasting Association ORF since 2007. He studied journalism and theater and has been working for the Austrian Radio since 1985, initially as a member of the editorial office in Carinthia, then from 1987 as a member of the editorial office in Vienna. As a correspondent for SFB, NDR, BR and RIAS Berlin, Traxl has also made a name for itself in Germany. He was a jury member of several country and state prizes, from 1995 to 2002 news presenter and moderator. In November 2008 he was awarded the Cultural Prize of the City of Villach. In November 2009 he received the Anna Lindh Journalist Award for the TV series “Balkan Express”.