★ Ken Jebsen
Ken Jebsen is a German journalist and radio host.
Jebsen gained fame as the host of his KenFM show with Public broadcaster Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg RBB. After an email with his anti-Semitic remarks became public, he was fired for violating rbbss journalistic standards. Subsequently, jebsen launched his own web portal and YouTube channel, also called KenFM. There, he mainly publishes "alternative views" and conspiracy theories, such as the 9/11 attack or the coronavirus pandemic.
1.1. TV and radio SHOW host. The first task. (Первое задание)
Ken Jebsen worked as a volunteer from 1987 to 1991 under the pseudonym cupcake for the private broadcaster Radio Neufunkland in the city of Reutlingen, and then worked as a reporter for Deutsche Welle TV, where he attracted attention with his spontaneous attitude and his characteristic banana microphone. In 1994, he secured a position as host of a weekly evening show at ZDF, the leading state television broadcaster. Once again a reporter, he worked for radio 4U show, the largest local TV station in Berlin, the SFB. It was around this time that he received his first assignment to the team of the morning show "Radiofritzen" on radio Fritz. His last brief seasonal stint was in 1999, when he joined the current morning host team of ProSieben, a major private television network.
1.2. TV and radio SHOW host. Radio Fritz and dismissal. (Радио Фриц и увольнение)
From 2001 to 2011, Ken Jebsen was the host of the popular KenFM radio show on radio Fritz of the Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg RBB Public broadcaster. In 2007, Ken Jebsen and Susanna Wundish won the European CIVIS Radio Prize, awarded in the short program category, for their work Irgendwo dazwischen: Portrait of a young Kurdish woman in Berlin, broadcast on March 16, 2006 by RBB. The film depicts a young Kurdish teacher and choreographer, born and raised in Berlin, performing a bold and delicate balancing act of life between its traditional Islamic culture and modern Western lifestyle.
In early November 2011, Ken Jebsens email was published by author Henrik M. Broder, who criticized it for containing anti-Semitic statements. In the letter, Jebsen, among other things, States that he knows "who invented the Holocaust as a PR stunt," he hints at the connection between Joseph Goebbels, PR pioneer Edward Bernays, the CIA, and wealthy "Jews" such as Henry Kissinger. The BBI initially defended Jebsen against this accusation, and on November 9, it was decided to continue working with Ken Jebsen, who was charged with "reasonably vetting future political issues." However, on November 23, 2011, RBB suspended his show, and he was eventually fired after it was suggested that he had violated the broadcasters journalistic standards several times. Although he did not deny writing the letter, Jebsen has repeatedly dismissed any accusations of anti-Semitism as absurd.
2. Internet portal. (Интернет-портал)
In the spring of 2012, Jebsen launched his own Internet portal, KenFM, which is fully funded by donations.
KenFM mainly publishes "alternative perspectives" on current issues and news. The portal is mostly known for publishing a wide range of conspiracy theories. This includes conspiracy theories about the 9/11 attack, the bill & Melinda gates Foundation, or the COVID-19 pandemic.
2.1. Internet portal. Criticism. (Критика)
Ken Jebsen and KenFMs output are regularly heavily criticized. In the first days after his dismissal from BKR, some commentators defended him. For example, some authors, such as Evelyn Hecht-Galinsky, have argued that criticism has "gone beyond all measures" regarding the fact that the broader debate about the Holocaust, anti-Semitism and related topics requires restraint and a high degree of decency in Germany. However, since KenFM mainly publishes disproved conspiracy theories, mainstream media warn of the dangers of spreading Its misinformation, especially in light of serious topics such as the Covid-19 pandemic.
Since 2014, Ken Jebsen has been a keynote speaker at Vigils for Peace events German: Mahnwachen fur den Frieden. Vigils for peace has been criticized for being a gathering place for right-wing populists, nationalists, conspiracy theorists and anti-Semites.
In 2017, Ken Jebsen received the Charlemagne prize of Cologne, awarded by the Neue Rheinische Zeitung blog for his selfless contribution to literature and journalism. A public award ceremony at Berlins Babylon theater, scheduled for December 14, 2017, was canceled due to political protests that prompted the intervention of the citys Department of culture.
3. Personal life. (Личная жизнь)
Ken Jebsen was born in 1966 in Krefeld-Hulse under the name Kayvan Sufi Siavash to a German mother from Hamburg and an Iranian father. Since his birth name was obviously too difficult for most German radio audiences to understand and pronounce, he decided to take the stage name Ken Jebsen. The name allegedly echoes his mothers maiden name.
However, according to his own biographical report on Fritz radio, his birth name was Mustafa Kashefi, and he was born on Board a commercial jetliner while crossing the airspace of Iran. In a detailed interview with Mathias Brockers, Jebsen refuted his self-made "absurd biography" and dismissed it as an easily recognizable joke.
Ken Jebsen has three children and lives in Berlin.
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