Wolfgang Albus has been working as a television journalist for Rundfunk Berlin Brandenburg (rbb), formerly ORB, for over 15 years. His thematic focus is on science and environmental topics. He has worked on a daily basis in news formats and for magazines (OZON unterwegs). His documentaries for rbb "Wer hat Angst vorm bösen Wolf - Über die Rückkehr eines geschützten Raubtieres" and "Vom Mars zum Seenland - Die Internationale Bauausstellung Fürst-Pückler-Land" (From Mars to Lakeland - The International Building Exhibition Fürst-Pückler-Land) have their content set in Lusatia. In addition to his work as an author, he was in charge of editing the program "Theodor - Geschichte(n) aus der Mark" (Theodor - History from the Mark) and most recently the follow-up program "Erlebnis Geschichte" (Experience History).
He began his training as a trainee at the Rhein-Zeitung, one of the highest-circulation German daily newspapers published between Bonn and Mainz. He worked there for several years as a permanent editor and moved to Berlin as a correspondent for the paper until the government relocated, where he still lives today.