Change in the main-post editorial office in kitzingen: the previous editorial director norbert hohler has left as of 1. Moved to wurzburg on october, will soon take over as head of the sports editorial department as successor to gunther schwarzer.
The 59-year-old is returning to his roots, having worked in sports from 1981 to 1989. After various positions at other media companies and within the main-post, he has been responsible for the local editorial office in luitpoldstrasse in kitzingen for five and a half years.
Successor at the main-post for 26 years
Andreas brachs succeeds him as head of the editorial department. The 53-year-old started working as a trainee at the main-post in 1991 and then worked as an editor for eight years in lohr and 16 in marktheidenfeld (both in the main-spessart district). For the past five years, he has been in charge of the four editorial offices in the main-spessart district. His main focus was on reporting on local politics and the local economy.
Brachs was born in bamberg and grew up in tauberbischofsheim, where he still lives today. The journalist studied political science, economics and communications in bamberg before starting his editorial training at the main-post newspaper. Brachs is married and has two sons. His hobbies: hiking, playing guitar, jazz music.
Michaela stumpf from dettelbach, previously responsible for the kitzingen editorial office with norbert hohler, is now deputy head of the local newsdesk in wurzburg. All 13 local editions of the media group are produced there.