Sean Klein founded SeanKlein Media Ltd in 2013. Sean works with a network of multi-lingual colleagues across Europe to provide the company’s highly skilled and broad range of media services.
Sean began his career as a conference interpreter, working in English, French, German and Italian. In 1993 he completed an additional degree in broadcast journalism and moved to the BBC, working as a TV and radio news reporter and producer. He transferred to the BBC’s foreign news department in 2000, travelling across the world to produce news items for all the BBC’s flagship programmes – including BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme and BBC1’s Ten O’clock News. He also managed large news teams on breaking news stories. The stories he covered include:
- US presidential elections (2000)
- Asian tsunami
- Death of Jean Paul II
- Abduction of Madeleine McCann
- Parliamentary and presidential elections across Europe
- Mugabe’s Zimbabwe
- Russia in the mid 2000s
- Euro crisis
- …and many more.
2003: Sean began work at the BBC’s Brussels Bureau, which is the BBC’s European news hub for its reporting across the EU. He covered EU policy issues and all major news stories across Europe.
2009: Sean was appointed Bureau Chief for Europe, managing a team throughout the EU and beyond of 65+ staff – reporters; technical and production crews; and the administrative team.
SeanKlein Media’s network of highly skilled production, editorial and technical specialists can now provide you with a cutting-edge media service.