The editor-in-chief of the GlücksPost is completed. Aurelia Robles is the new deputy editor-in-chief for the People section of the magazine. The 39-year-old previously worked as deputy head of department at the Swiss Illustrated. Robles, who holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from ZHAW, looks back on a career of almost twenty years in the Swiss media industry. After entering journalism at the Glattaler & Volketswiler and an internship at SRF's "Glanz&Gloria". Further stations were the titles 20 minutes, SonntagsBlick and Swiss Illustrated.
Serge Hediger, today a member of the editorial board of the GlücksPost, also takes on the role of deputy editor-in-chief of the "Better Living" section, which is popular with readers. The 59-year-old has been working in the media industry for more than 30 years, both as a journalist - including at the SonntagsBlick, Facts, Zürcher Oberländer - as well as a communicator - at CSS Insurance, the Swiss National Museum and as an independent. He has a lot of experience in the areas of society, lifestyle and health.
Robles and Hediger succeed Marco Hirt, who has decided to take on a new challenge outside the Glückspost editorial team.
Remo Bernet joins from the View to GlücksPost and takes over the function as Head of Entertainment. The 26-year-old attended the Ringier School of Journalism and has spent the last seven years as People Editor, producing content for View, SonntagsBlickBlick.ch and Blick TV. He was also project manager for the multimedia coverage of the festival summer. Bernet succeeds Astrid Hänni, who has decided to take on a new challenge outside the editorial team of the GlücksPost to adopt.