Observer hires community specialist

Oliver Fuchs is to revamp the magazine's approach starting April 1 and promote new forms of interaction with members of the Observer community.

Reinforcement for the observer: Oliver Fuchs. Image: Nick Lobeck.

After the Observer As a first step, further developed the layout of the printed magazine ( reported)The digital renewal of the brand is now being worked on, with the aim of launching it in the fall. There are also personnel changes for this: The specialist for community, text sound and conversational journalism Oliver Fuchs strengthens the team of the Observer in this role from April 1. The 32-year-old is to work with the team to revise the magazine's overall approach and promote new forms of exchange with members of the Observer community.

Oliver Fuchs has 10 years of experience in journalism and has held various positions over the past four and a half years - most recently as Editor-in-Chief a.i. - at the online magazine Republik. Before that, the journalist with a MAZ diploma was responsible for all social media channels and the debates of the readers of the Neue Zürcher Zeitung.

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