Sabrina Apitz sa(at)berlinergazette(dot)de

Studied Theater at the FU Berlin and in Peru. She was a founding member of the European Community for Cultural Affairs (EGfKA), project coordinator at the FU Berlin, and lecturer at the Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK). She currently works in European political youth education and since 2019 at Kreativ Kultur Berlin as project coordinator for cultural funding consulting. Since 2009 in the Berliner Gazette team.

Magdalena Taube mt(at)berlinergazette(dot)de

Editor-in-chief and co-publisher of Berliner Gazette and professor of Digital Media and Journalism at the Macromedia University of Applied Sciences in Berlin. She is the author of “Disruption des Journalismus” (2018) published by Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam and co-editor of numerous readers, including “Invisible Hand(s)” (2020) published by Multimedijalni institut, Zagreb.

Leonie Geiger lg(at)berlinergazette(dot)de

Studied religion and culture. Currently working on her Ph.D. on “Processes of everyday negotiation of secularity in the context of religious diversity in post-migrant Germany in the daily school routine.” Trained as a mediator at the Institute for Business and Social Ethics. From 2016 to 2017 she worked in product development at the ZEIT Akademie and from 2013 to 2014 in community management at Since 2012 in the Berliner Gazette team.

Andi Weiland aw(at)berlinergazette(dot)de

Studied Political Science and Communication Science at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster. As a member of the board of Jugendpresse Deutschland e.V., he has been heavily involved in youth work and the promotion of young journalists, including responsibility for the media projects politikorange and Currently works at Sozialhelden in the field of public relations and content development. Also active as a photographer and videographer. Joined the Berliner Gazette team in 2010.

Holger Kral hk(at)berlinergazette(dot)de

Study of biomedical engineering and cybernetics in the former GDR, then study of automation engineering at the TU Berlin, graduation in 1999. Since then he has worked as a system administrator, internet programmer, managing director, and coach. Currently responsible for organizational development in digital transformation at the Staatsoper Berlin. Joined the Berliner Gazette team in 2018.

Krystian Woznicki kw(at)berlinergazette(dot)de

Editor-in-chief and co-publisher of Berliner Gazette. Also a critic, curator, and photographer. Exploring the common(s) at the intersection of globalization and digitalization, he has created books that blend image and text: “After the Planes” (2017), “Fugitive Belonging” (2018), and “Undeclared Movements” (2020).