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When was the first edition of Bunte?

The first edition was published in 1948 under the name Das Ufer. Under the leadership of Hubert Burda, Bunte developed into a modern popular magazine. In 2014, Bunte was the 11th most popular media brand in Germany, with 10.57 million monthly users.

What is the Bunte magazine?

Under the leadership of Riekel, the magazine developed into one of Germanys most enigmatic media brands. In 2001, the Berlin daily, Der Tagesspiegel, declared that the Bunte was the new key medium of our Republic. Whereas other magazines were struggling to make ends meet, the Bunte was able to expand its market share.

When did Das Ufer become Bunte Illustrierte?

In 1954, Das Ufer changed its name to Bunte Illustrierte, reflecting a key element of large-format photo series in the center of the publication, which were already printed in color. In the 1950s and 1960s, Bunte developed into one of the most widely distributed German popular magazines.

What happened to Bunte magazine?

The first edition was published in 1948 under the name Das Ufer. Under the leadership of Hubert Burda, Bunte developed into a modern popular magazine. In 2014, Bunte was the 11th most popular media brand in Germany, with 10.57 million monthly users. After Patricia Riekel stepped down, Robert Pölzer took over as Editor-in-Chief in July 2016.

Who are the Bunte Brothers?

The original Bunte Bros. were Ferdinand (b. 1846), Gustavus (1852) [pictured below], and Albert (1855); German immigrants who arrived in Philadelphia as teenagers and entered into the candy business there in the late 1860s—after Ferdinand had completed a stint with the U.S. Marine Corps at the tail end of the Civil War.

When did the Bunte tea tin come out?

The four colorful Bunte tins in our museum collection, which date from around the 1910’s to the ’30s, have a regal, classical flare to match the company’s sophisticated reputation.

When did the Bunte Illustrierte first appear?

In July 1972, the Bunte Illustrierte first appeared under the abbreviated name of the Bunte. In the years that followed, the magazine was shaped above all by Hubert Burda, who started out in 1974 as an editor at the Bunte. Two years later, he took over the position as Editor-in-Chief from Bernd Ruland.

Who is the editor-in-chief of Das Ufer?

After Patricia Riekel stepped down, Robert Pölzer took over as Editor-in-Chief in July 2016. After the end of WWII, the French authorities commissioned ex-Nazi publisher Franz Burda to come up with an illustrated magazine and, following their request, he released the first edition in 1948 under the name Das Ufer.

What did Herbert G Ufer discover?

History. In 1942, Herbert G. Ufer was a consultant working for the U.S. Army. Ufer was given the task of finding a lower cost and more practical alternative to traditional copper rod grounds for these dry locations. Ufer discovered that concrete had better conductivity than most types of soil.

What happened to Bunte magazine?

The first edition was published in 1948 under the name Das Ufer. Under the leadership of Hubert Burda, Bunte developed into a modern popular magazine. In 2014, Bunte was the 11th most popular media brand in Germany, with 10.57 million monthly users. After Patricia Riekel stepped down, Robert Pölzer took over as Editor-in-Chief in July 2016.

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