Carl Nasman is a TV news anchor and correspondent with more than a decade of experience in television news, reporting breaking stories from the studio and in the field.
Carl was signed up as a Climate Change Presenter for NBC and his passions and expertise make him an ideal conference and event host, moderator and keynote speaker on climate change, sustainability and wider environmental issues as well as digital disruption. At NBC Carl also worked as a Correspondent covering stories around the COVID pandemic and Black Lives Matter in London and Berlin.
Previously, Carl was a host on DW-TV’s 24/7 English-language news channel, hosting primetime shows including The Day, which airs on PBS in the US and partner stations around the globe.
Carl is an innovator. As a senior correspondent for DW’s digital video team, he produced social-first stories that explain the trends behind the news. As a reporter for the digital series Follow the Hashtag, he was nominated for a 2016 European Digital Media Award.
Carl has presented Facebook Live coverage of breaking news and special events and developed DW’s first IGTV news video series, Portrait Mode. He is well-placed to work as a conference and event host, moderator and keynote speaker covering issues relating to digital disruption, social media and technology.
His work also dives deep. Carl has reported, produced and edited feature stories for PBS’s national TV news program. They include military war games training in San Diego and the dental health crisis among children in El Salvador. Carl has worked as a documentary correspondent for DW, including the reporter-driven series Life Links, featuring young people overcoming obstacles around the world.
Carl is a fluent Spanish and German speaker, a trained VJ and has reported, filmed and edited video stories for multiple outlets including AJ+, Time.com, Wall Street Journal and Global Post.