Juan Luis Cebrián

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Person.png Juan Luis Cebrián   PowerbaseRdf-icon.png
(businessman, editor, media mogul)
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Born30 October 1944
NationalitySpanish
Alma materUniversidad Complutense
Member ofBilderberg/Steering committee, Club of Rome

Juan Luis Cebrián Echarri is a member of the Bilderberg Steering committee. He is a Spanish journalist and businessman. He is the co-founder of the Spanish daily El País, where he has led since 1976, and CEO of Prisa, a Spanish media conglomerate, from 2012 to 2017. Cebrián has been considered by various international media as one of the ten most influential Spaniards in Spain and Latin America for 44 years (from 1976 to 2019).

Background

His father Vicente Cebrián was a an important official in the Fascist regime of Francisco Franco, being senior press officer for the Franco regime and director of the newspaper Arriba, the party newspaper of the Spanish Fascist party Falange. Juan Luis Cebrián studied humanities at the Complutense University of Madrid and entered the Official Journalism School of Spain at age 15, graduating in 1963 at age 19, still in the years of the Fascist regime.

Career

Cebrián went to work as chief editor at Pueblo[1], one of the three main fascist newspapers, led by Emilio Romero, a close friend of his father.

He also participated in the founding of the relatively liberal Cuadernos magazine in 1963. In 1974 he was appointed head of the RTVE information services by the last government of the Franco dictatorship.

In 1976 Jesús de Polanco, owner of an editorial group, founded the newspaper El País, and appointed Cebrián as its first chief editor, a position he held until November 1988, when he moved to leadership position in the Prisa media group, which also includes El País.

From 1986 to 1988 he served as president of the International Press Institute (IPI), a suspected Cold War CIA front.[2]

Cebrián was named in the Panama Papers. [3]


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Events Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)Description
Bilderberg/198313 May 198315 May 1983Canada
Quebec
Château Montebello
Bilderberg/198510 May 198512 May 1985New York
US
Arrowwood of Westchester
Rye Brook
Bilderberg/198724 April 198726 April 1987Italy
Villa D'Este
Cernobbio
Bilderberg/19883 June 19885 June 1988Austria
Interalpen-Hotel
Telfs-Buchen
Bilderberg/198912 May 198914 May 1989Spain
Island of La Toja
Gran Hotel
34th Bilderberg meeting
Bilderberg/199010 May 199013 May 1990New York
US
Glen Cove
Bilderberg/199322 April 199325 April 1993Greece
Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel
Vouliagmeni
Bilderberg/200124 May 200127 May 2001Sweden
Stenungsund
Bilderberg/200230 May 20022 June 2002US
Virginia
Chantilly
Westfields Marriott
Bilderberg/200315 May 200318 May 2003France
Versailles
Bilderberg/20043 June 20046 June 2004Italy
Stresa
Bilderberg/20055 May 20058 May 2005Germany
Rottach-Egern
Bilderberg/20068 June 200611 June 2006Canada
Ottawa
Bilderberg/200731 May 20073 June 2007Turkey
Istanbul
Bilderberg/20085 June 20088 June 2008US
Virginia
Chantilly
Bilderberg/200914 May 200917 May 2009Greece
Vouliagmeni
Bilderberg/20103 June 20106 June 2010Spain
Hotel Dolce Sitges
Barcelona
Bilderberg/20119 June 201112 June 2011Switzerland
Hotel Suvretta
St. Moritz
Bilderberg/201231 May 20123 June 2012US
Virginia
Chantilly
Bilderberg/20136 June 20139 June 2013Watford
UK
The 2013 Bilderberg group meeting.
Bilderberg/201429 May 20141 June 2014Denmark
Copenhagen
Marriott Hotel
Bilderberg/201511 June 201514 June 2015Austria
Telfs-Buchen
Bilderberg/20169 June 201612 June 2016Germany
Dresden
Details of agenda and participants in the 2016 Bilderberg group meeting in Dresden, Germany with an introduction by Tony Gosling
Bilderberg/20171 June 20174 June 2017US
Virginia
Chantilly
The 65th Bilderberg Meeting
Bilderberg/20187 June 201810 June 2018Italy
Turin
Hotel Torino Lingotto Congress
The 66th Bilderberg Meeting, in Turin, Italy, known for months in advance after an unprecedented leak by the Serbian government.


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