Ina Ruck is a German journalist and a foreign correspondent for Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR). Ina Ruck was born on June 3, 1963, and had her education at the Geschwister-Scholl-Gymnasium Unna.
She was also at the Westphalian Wilhelms University in Münster, studying Slavic studies, political science and journalism. It is reported that she completed semesters and stays abroad at the Pushkin Institute in Moscow, at the University of Vienna and at Oxford University.
In 1989, Ina Ruck completed her studies with the academic degree Magister Artium. Between 1990 and 1992, she completed a traineeship at Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR), but she moved to ARD morning magazine. She was there as an editor and reporter.
In 1994, Ina Ruck received a journalism fellowship at ABC in Boston. Since 1995, she has worked as a foreign correspondent and foreign policy editor and she has reported from Moscow and Washington as a television correspondent.
Ina Ruck won the Axel Springer Prize for young journalists for live reporting from Moscow on the 50th anniversary of the Red Army’s victory over Hitler’s Germany in 1996 and also in 1998, she also won the Axel Springer Prize for young journalists for reporting exclusively on ARD, hunting for black gold about caviar fishermen on the Volga in 1998. the Grimme Prize .
Is Ina Ruck Married?
Currently, there is no update about the marital status of Ina Ruck. In 2000, Ina Ruck won the Prix Bayeux-Calvados des Correspondants de Guerre for war reporting and in 2003, she won the Ekofilm Award as editor at the International Film Festival for Environmental Protection, Natural and Cultural Heritage.
Other awards won by Ina Ruck include 2010: Liberty Award together with Stephan Stuchlik for their contribution to Murder in Moscow – who shot Stanislaw Markelow ?, 2010: Marler Television Prize for Human Rights from Amnesty International together with Stephan Stuchlik for the documentary Murder in Moscow – Who shot Stanislav Markelow? And 2015: Special honor from the German Adult Education Association for her outstanding achievements as a foreign correspondent at the Grimme Prize.