Sarah Céline Tacke is a well-known German journalist, television host, and legal expert. She was born on September 23, 1982, in Oldenburg, Lower Saxony. Her reputation as a versatile and significant figure in the media industry has been cemented by her impressive career in broadcasting and law as well as her active participation in groups like the Atlantic Bridge.
Early Life and Education
Sarah Tacke’s path to a fruitful career in journalism and law started with a solid academic foundation and a love of the media. She is Alfred Tacke’s (a former State Secretary in the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology) daughter. Sarah was raised in Celle, where her early exposure to the political and economic landscape served as a foundation for her future endeavors.
In 2002, Sarah Tacke graduated from high school and started a multifaceted academic career. She pursued a legal education, attending classes in Freiburg, Lausanne, and Hamburg, among other places. She entered the media world simultaneously by writing for newspapers and working as a radio reporter.
Sarah attained a significant milestone in her academic career in 2009 when she received her doctorate from the University of Hamburg’s law faculty. Her thesis, “Media Personality Law – The System of Legal Consequences of Personality Rights Violations by Mass Media,” reflected her interest in the complex legal facets of the media industry.
Her dedication and scholarly accomplishments were recognized by the academic awards she received, which included scholarships from the German Economic Foundation and the German National Academic Foundation. Tacke furthered her reputation as an authority in this area by co-authoring the Hamburg Commentary on Entire Media Law.
Sarah Tacke’s entry into the field of broadcasting began with her 2008–2010 internship at NDR (Norddeutscher Rundfunk). She developed her abilities as a journalist and presenter during this time. She worked as an ARD domestic correspondent for four years after completing her training, contributing to well-known ARD shows like Tagesschau and Tagesthemen.
She also worked as a presenter for NDR television from 2010 to 2014. She hosted newscasts like “Lower Saxony 6:00 p.m.,” “Hello Lower Saxony,” and “NDR aktuell 9:45 p.m.” during this time.
Her knowledge of law and justice has served as a defining characteristic of Sarah Tacke’s time at ZDF (Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen). She has been the ZDF legal division’s deputy head since September 1, 2014. In addition, beginning in October 2014, she took on the position of presenter for the business and consumer magazine “WISO.” She was a perfect fit for this position due to her legal training and in-depth knowledge of media-related issues.
From May 2018 to September 2019, Tacke lent her skills to ZDF by working as an editor for the ZDF editorial team Tagesmagazine Berlin. She then assumed leadership of the ZDF law and justice editorial team beginning in October 2019, demonstrating her dedication and proficiency in legal issues relating to broadcasting.
Is Sarah Tacke Sick?
There is no information regarding Sarah’s health.