Editor-in-chief Jérôme Martinu leaves Luzerner Zeitung

After 22 years and seven as editor-in-chief, Jérôme Martinu is leaving the Luzerner Zeitung. The reason was different strategic views, it was said.

The editor-in-chief of the Lucerne NewspaperJérôme Martinu, will leave the company at the end of 2023. The reason for this is a difference in strategic views, the daily newspaper announced on its online portal on Wednesday. Deputy Editor-in-Chief Christian Meier will take over on an interim basis.

Martinu and CH Media, publisher of the newspaper, have agreed to terminate the contract, as the news article went on to say. The deputy editor-in-chief Christian Meier will take over the interim management. Martinu worked for the newspaper for a total of 22 years. Lucerne Newspaper active. He has been Editor-in-Chief since 2016. (sda)

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