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GORKANA EUROPEAN ALERT 

LONDON - Juliane Schäuble has been appointed as US Correspondent for the German daily regional newspaper Der Tagesspiegel, effective 1st June. Juliane will be reporting from Washington, D.C. She is currently Politics Editor for the newspaper, a role she has held since 2014.
For further information, Press Contact Sandra Friedrich can be reached on +49(0)30 29021 15527 and
sandra.friedrich@tagesspiegel.de

National Geographic (Germany) / P.M. Magazin
Jens Schröder is now Editor-in-Chief for the German edition of the monthly science, geography and history magazine National Geographic by the publisher Gruner + Jahr. In addition, Jens will be Editor-in-Chief for the publisher's P.M. titles, including the monthly science and history publication P.M. Magazin. He was previously Deputy Editor-in-Chief for the P.M. Group. Jens succeeds Florian Gless, who is now Publisher of the Community of Interest Wissen for Gruner + Jahr, alongside Gerd Brüne. Gerd will be retiring within the next year.
For further information, Press Contact Christine Haller can be reached on +49 (0)40 37 03 7288 and
haller.christine@guj.de

Playboy (Germany)
Michael Brunnbauer is now Editor on the newly-created Mobility and Lifestyle desk for the German edition of the monthly men’s magazine Playboy. Michael was previously Editor-in-Chief for the Austrian quarterly men's magazine Provocateur.
For further information, PR Manager Arne Schleef can be reached at 
arne.schleef@burda.com

Maxi (Germany)
The German publishing group Bauer Media has announced the following editorial changes to its monthly women’s interest magazine Maxi, effective in June:
 
Anja Delastik has been appointed as Editor-in-Chief; she is currently Editor-in-Chief for the German monthly women’s interest magazine COSMOPOLITAN. Lara Gonschorowski has been appointed as Deputy Editor-in-Chief. She is currently Deputy Editor-in-Chief for COSMOPOLITAN. Both will keep their current roles.
Birgit Querengäßer has been appointed as Deputy Editor-in-Chief and Chief Sub-Editor. Previously she was Chief Sub-Editor for the German monthly women’s interest magazine Jolie and also works as a Freelance Author.
Suzana Dulabic has been appointed as Beauty Editor. She is currently Beauty Editor for COSMOPOLITAN; she will also keep her role there.
Anne Oppel has been appointed as Editor. Between 2006 and 2017 she worked for the German monthly women’s interest magazine JOY, most recently as Deputy Editor-in-Chief.
Christina Valtl has been appointed as Deputy Beauty Director; previously she was on the beauty desk of the German monthly women’s interest magazine ELLE.
Stefanie Kastner has been appointed as Art Director. Previously she held the same role at the German monthly women’s interest magazine InStyle.
Valentina Milakovic has been appointed as Deputy Fashion Director. She was previously a freelance stylist for InStyle.
  For further information, Media Offic r Anna Störmercan be reached on +49 (0)40 30 19 10 74 and 
anna.stoermer@bauermedia.com

ZDF
The German national broadcaster Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF) will merge the editorial offices of its programmes ‘drehscheibe’ (hub) and ‘hallo deutschland’ (hello Germany), effective 2nd May. Renate Lintz-Berkessel will be Editor of the new office.
ZDF’s press team can be reached on +49 (0)6131 70 12108 and
pressedesk@zdf.de

BR (TV)
Tilmann Schöberl is now Presenter ad interim of the weekly TV show ,Sonntags-Stammtisch' (Sunday Stammtisch) by the German regional broadcaster Bayrischer Rundfunk (BR). He succeeds Helmut Markwort, who has left the broadcaster to pursue other interests.
For further information, Press Contact Sonja Christlein can be reached on sonja.christlein@br.de

Il Sole 24 Ore - Radiocor
Stefania Arcudi is now a Reporter for the Italian daily national newswire Il Sole 24 Ore – Radiocor, by publishing group Gruppo 24 Ore
. She was previously a Freelance Reporter for the same publisher, where she has worked since 2006, including seven years based in New York.
Stefania can be reached at
stefania.arcudi@il sole24ore.com

La Gazzetta dello Sport – Gazza Mondo
The Italian daily sports newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport has now launched a supplement for international sport called Gazza Mondo. The supplement is published with the newspaper every Tuesday. Gazza Mondo is compiled by the same editorial team and covers the major leagues in Europe and the world, and provides interviews, stories, rankings, data, analysis and opinion.
La Gazzetta dello Sport’s editorial team can be reached at
segretgaz@rcs.it


Industry Intel

sporting hamburg
The German regional monthly sports Magazine sporting hamburg has been acquired by the German Mediahafen Hamburg publishing house. sporting hamburg has a print run of 60,000 copies and is available for free. Mediahafen Hamburg is part of the German media group FUNKE MEDIENGRUPPE.
For further information, PR Manager Dr. Tobias Korenke can be reached on +49 (0)201 804 6886 and presse@funkemedien.de


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CapitalStructure, Freelance European Press Stringers - London, UK
The UK financial newswire CapitalStructure is looking to recruit a number of freelance press stringers to quickly and accurately summarise relevant articles from the business press in France, Germany and Spain for around two hours each weekday morning.
An early start is required. Fluency in the relevant European language is required; previous experience of press aggregation would be an advantage.
For more information about this opportunity and to apply, please click 
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Thomson Reuters, Speed Desk Editor (DACH) - Berlin, Germany
The business newswire Thomson Reuters is seeking a Speed Desk Editor for its Berlin office to help cover breaking news in the Germany / Austria / Switzerland (DACH) region. The successful candidate will help coordinate day-to-day coverage of the region, assign tasks, liaise with desks and bureaus, write spot copy when necessary, and help plan for upcoming events. The ability to work under pressure, as well as strong editing, writing and technology skills are required. An understanding of economics and knowledge of the politics / business landscape in the DACH region is required, along with fluent English and very strong German skills.
For more information about this opportunity and to apply, please click 
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Agefi-Dow Jones, Reporter - Paris, France
The Paris-based Agefi-Dow Jones French newswire is looking for a reporter to cover US tech blue chips and Wall Street during its 3pm-11pm shift. The candidate must have a solid experience in a financial website or a newswire. The fully bilingual journalist will write stories in French and translate newswire articles (English to French). The successful candidate will also write business analysis columns and will also occasionally need to cover non-US corporate news with a team of reporters and translators. A strong knowledge of diverse financial markets (equities, bonds, foreign exchange) is required, as is the ability to write clearly and quickly about corporate news, such as earnings reports, and central banks’ interventions.
For further information about this opportunity and to apply, please click 
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MLex, Business Correspondent - Brussels, Belgium
The B2B newswire MLex is recruiting a Brussels-based correspondent to cover the EU courts and institutions and their impact on business, in particular in the field of competition law (investigations, litigation etc). The position would suit some someone with 1-3 years proven experience in journalism, preferably in a rolling-news environment such as a newswire. The candidate should be able to show aptitude, or at least potential, in writing, researching, contact building, and amassing expertise in a particular beat. Direct experience of business-regulation, in particular competition law, would be an advantage, but not a prerequisite. Experience of court reporting also an advantage. Mother-tongue English is essential; other European languages are a distinct advantage.
For further information about this opportunity and to apply, please click 
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The Luxembourg Times, News Reporter - Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
The digital newspaper The Luxembourg Times, published by St Paul Group, is seeking a News Reporter to generate exclusive news and investigative articles on Luxembourg and its position within Europe. The successful candidate will have fresh ideas, at least three years’ experience covering business or politics, and preferably experience with social media and digital publishing trends. Fluent English is required. Proficiency in French, German and / or Luxembourgish is highly desirable.
For further information about this opportunity and to apply, please click 
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Delano, Senior Journalist - Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
The media company Maison Moderne is seeking a Senior Journalist for their English-language Luxembourgish magazine Delano to write original content for print and online. The successful candidate will have university level qualifications and several years of journalistic experience, as well as strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work independently. Perfect English is required; knowledge of French / German / Luxembourgish would be a strong asset. The permanent position is full-time and the start date is to be agreed.