Who is in the Atelier
I am Rosanna Pedrini.
I am an experienced, self-motivated and deadline-orientated journalist, translator and writer. I love telling stories. All kind of stories. I love criss-crossing cultures and times and working on different media, radio,TV,broadcast, and podcast.
1988 Journalist and radio speaker at Radio svizzera di lingua italiana Rete 3, the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation SSR SRG’s third Italian – speaking radio station.
1995 Journalist for TSI Televisione svizzera di lingua italiana, the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation SSR SRG Italian-speaking television channel, working on several different programmes.
1999 Staff Journalist at the World news desk in main newsroom of the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation’s Italian-speaking television channel.
2004 Reporter on the TV program Falò for the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation SSR SRG
2008 Journalist, current affairs news desk, at the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation Italian-speaking channel Rete 1 radio station
2008-2011 Freelance journalist and translator
2011 – 2019 Full-time journalist and author at the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation, on the science program Il giardino di Albert
2019 – now Freelance journalist, content creator and translator
1997 Master’s Degree in Communication and Cultural Studies (First Class Honours, 1.1) Dublin City University, Ireland
1993 – B.A in Translation Studies (English, German, Italian) Dolmetscherschule Zürich (School of Applied Linguistics at Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften), Zürich, Switzerland
On my Italian Home page you can find links to some of my latest multimedia projects:
Mrs Yoon’s Kpop Shop
A lighthearted ten-part radio series on the history of Kpop, one of the most interesting cultural phenomena coming out of Asia, for Rete 3, the third Italian-speaking channel of the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation SRG SSR.
A radio drama in 5 episodes written with Artur Schmidt, TV and movie director, on an almost forgotten mountaineering expedition set in the 1930s between the Swiss Alps and the Himalaya, broadcast on Rete 2, the second Italian-speaking channel of the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation SRG SSR.