Economics journalist Harald Schultz reinforced DAPD Berlin, May 17, 2010 – the news agency DAPD is strengthening its team in Berlin. New economic correspondent Harald Schultz, 51, has recorded his work today. Harald Schultz is a proven economic journalist who brings extensive agency and print experience. He is an important reinforcement for our economic and domestic reporting, the editor in Chief and Managing Director of DAPD and ddp, cord Dreyer says. Schultz graduated from the Henri-Nannen-Schule for the study of Economics and politics in Hamburg and Paris. He was twice awarded with the Franco-german Prize for journalism. Schultz has worked in the 1990s at AP in Frankfurt and Hamburg.
After that, he was Director of the Hannover Office of the Reuters news agency. More career graduated from he the Manager magazine, as France correspondent of the week”, in focus money and as an editor for the trade journal. Finally, he was Deputy Chief Editor of the Borsennewsletters Fox letters in Berlin. Last was he spokesman of the Hannover Fair. Press contact Mr Wolfgang Zafar DAPD ddp media holding AG Reinhard RT 52, 10117 Berlin E-mail: website: telephone: 030 23122-215 DAPD ddp media holding AG is a news agency group, which serves about 700 customers with current texts and images. The bulk of the German daily newspapers, numerous magazines and magazines, online media, TV – and radio stations, parties and Governments among the customers. Companies, institutions and associations rely on the services of DAPD and ddp.
Berlin is seat of the company. In December 2009 the DAPD has ddp media holding AG the German service of the American news agency Associated Press (AP) taken over and renamed DAPD German foreign Depeschendienst GmbH (DAPD). Work for the Agency Group almost 300 permanent text – and image journalists, as well as around 400 journalistic staff freelancing. DDP ddp Kommunikationsdienstleister direct include DAPD GmbH, about 1,200 customers in its PR actions supported, as well as the Press-picture Agency of ddp images GmbH.