The Hamburg news magazine of Spiegel is getting a new leadership. After three and a half years, Klaus Brinkbäumer was replaced as editor-in-chief, Mirror shared. His successor will be Steffen Klusmann, who has been editor-in-chief of Manager magazine.
In editor's office, Ullrich Spruces will also sit for print edition and head of Spiegel Online, Barbara Hans. Klusmann is to act as Chairman of chief Editorial office. He was editor-in-chief of manager magazine since November 2013, before 52-year-old was at top of Financial Times Deutschland. Spruce has been in mirror since 2001. The 53-year-old was a correspondent in New York and led Department of company, most recently he was a reporter with office in Paris.
As before, Hans cares for mirrors online, especially for print magazine. Anor personality concerns Dirk Kurbjuweit, who will change to capital office of Spiegel as an author. It is not yet known wher and in what function Brinkbäumer house is maintained. He came in early 2015 as a successor to Wolfgang Büchner.
As early as end of April, management announced that Spiegel and Spiegel Online would be more closely linked. The new team of editor-in-chief is now responsible for this journalistic strategy. The editorial offices should lead organization in this process of change.Updated Date: 23 August 2018, 12:00