Marc Bator. Accomplished editor with more than twenty years of experience as newscaster, moderator and voice-over artist. For more than a decade, he was the newscaster for the ARD Tagesschau, the most successful news program on German television. Currently working for German based media group ProSiebenSat.1 as an Anchorman on Sat.1 program. On a second career path, Marc Bator is active as a consultant and negotiator in professional sports.


Marc was born in Hannover on 04.12.1972. Radio already fascinated Marc as a grade-school student; he completed editorial internships. After high school, he presented several radio broadcasts for NDR 1 Niedersachsen.

Hamburg, at the end of 1992: Marc worked as a trainee at the private Alsterradio in Hamburg and took two years of intensive speech lessons. He worked as a reporter, presenter and news editor and learned the journalism business from the ground up. In the fall of 1994, the young radio journalist changed his field. The Bundesliga becomes entertainment for the whole family.

Every weekend, up to seven million people watch „ran – Sat.1 Fußball” and listen to the distinctive voice of a 21-year-old announcer. For six years, Marc Bator remains a part of this – when seen retrospectively – legendary sports editorial department and sets the foundation for his future television career.

1994 to 2000 – A resident of Hamburg, Marc worked nationwide for TV stations, production companies and advertising agencies. In seven years, he spoke in more than ten thousand production campaigns for national and international brands.

In May 2000, Marc Bator switched exclusively to ARD Aktuell. A move in front of the camera followed. At the beginning of 2005, Bator presented his first prime-time “20 Uhr Tagesschau”.

A year later, he moderated the “NDR Nordtour – das norddeutsche Reisemagazin” on NDR television. As a news anchor for the program “Neues im Norden” in 2007, he wrote his own texts, did telephone interviews live and spoke to experts about current issues affecting the North.

Marc Bator spoke with athletes and celebrities at all Bundesliga home matches of the Hamburger SV as a part of the stadium show from 2008 onwards. In 2010, he presented the magazine “Mein gutes Recht” on WDR television; it was specially tailored to him.

In addition to his work in front of the camera, Bator worked as an off-speaker in numerous productions for the ARD. He lent his voice as a “voice of the station” to the program package of NDR2, the most successful radio program in northern Germany.

Marc was the multiple co-commentator of the cycling race “Rund um den Finanzplatz  Eschborn-Frankfurt” on HR television. In the spring of 2013, Marc said farewell to the ARD.

Marc Bator moved on to the ProSiebenSat.1 commercial broadcasting group – he is head anchorman of the Sat.1 news and also moderated a number of political summer interviews. As a part of the editing team, he is active in the journalistic shaping of the news programs and is striving to continually develop them. He regularly gives media and communication training to executives in various industries.

In the summer of 2014, he founded TEAMVISION with partners; it is a company for management and marketing in professional sports that focuses on working with top-level athletes. Bator works as an advisor and negotiator. In the spring of 2018, he completed an advanced education program in sports management at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.

Marc Bator is the father of two daughters. He lives in Berlin.

Photo: Jim Rakete


Panel discussions, talk shows, market launches, award ceremonies and much more. Over the past two decades, Marc Bator has been able to gain insights into almost all industries and subject areas as a moderator. His conviction: to be close to people, to be able to transport content in an informative and entertaining way, that is what makes successful events and gives them the appropriate impact.

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The carreer path of Marc Bator’s has always been linked to his expressive voice and the gift of using it and adapting it to different needs. There have been countless productions in which he has participated.  Even today, Marc Bator’s voice can be heard outside the news. Awarded to a well-known brand or as part of an award-winning documentary, here is a small selection.

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Here are some moments from Marc Bator’s career.


Sport is a fundamental part of Marc Bator’s life. In private life anyway, but also at all times of his career, sport played a decisive role. Here Marc Bator writes about passion, motivation and where life can lead, even when the necessary talent is lacking.      

“At least I tried soccer back then. It was the early 1980s and I was in the E age class in my home club in the Hanover region. And it was quickly clear that I didn’t stand a chance: no talent with the ball, said the trainer and my teammates. What I couldn’t know back then: soccer was going to return to me. Much later and in a different form. 1994 I became the voice of the most successful football show on German television at that time.

Change of scene. The fall of 2012. My first amateur race. At 39 years of age. 75 rounds of one kilometer each. Average speed: 44.1 km/h. It felt like a win. I have loved cycling as long as I can remember. I dreamed of being a pro cyclist. My mother, who did not allow me to race in fear of bad crashes, brought me to West Berlin to see the start of the Tour de France live in 1987.

Cycling has never left me. In recent years, my passion was so great that I decided to get involved in the sport. With the experience I have gained in over twenty years of my career in media, communications and marketing. In 2014, this led to TEAMVISION being founded together with partners.

In the meantime, TEAMVISION has developed beyond cycling. We advise top athletes from various disciplines. And we market sports. To do so, I also got back behind a school desk and completed a certification education program in sports management at the Hochschule St. Gallen. In the future, sports will remain an important and emotional part of my life – professionally and privately.

I am more that grateful to my mother, who did an amazing job as a sports teacher and coach over the course of decades. Because of her passion for sports in all of its facets, she apparently did more than just inspire me. Even if it didn’t quite work out on the soccer field.”


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