Terry Martin is a Berlin-based broadcaster with decades of experience in international news. Formerly an anchor with CNN International, Terry is now Senior Anchor with DW News, Germany’s global service. He is also the founder and director of the research communications agency SPIA. As a television correspondent Terry has provided live coverage from G8 summits, UN climate conferences, and multiple national elections. He has hosted scores of tv discussion programs and interviewed countless political and business leaders, scientists, and activists around the world. Frequently in demand as an event moderator, Terry has moderated major conferences for public and private-sector clients in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. He is a regular host at GLOBSEC’s Bratislava Forum, The Warsaw Security Forum, and the World Knowledge Forum in Seoul. For several years Terry served as Contributing Editor and Germany Correspondent for Europe Magazine and wrote a bimonthly newsletter on foreign investment. In 2010 he wrote the European Commission’s widely used guidebook “Communicating research for evidence-based policymaking”. Born in Canada, Terry studied English and philosophy at universities in the US (B.A. Elon College, Masters studies Wake Forest University) before moving to Germany shortly after the fall of The Berlin Wall.
TV News Anchor, Journalist