After 23 years, Angelique Kunst replaces regional newspaper TC Tubantia with AD’s national investigative editors, and Lennart Zandbergen, reporter at FD, takes the paper to the US. This and much more in Transfer Thursday, where Villamedia follows developments in the journalistic labor market.
Starts November 1 Jasper King as editor-in-chief of the VPRO TV program Tegenlicht. “Can I remember another cliché? Oh yes: it’s quite an honor. And I mean it all,” he writes.
Two weeks’ holiday and then start November 1 as editor-in-chief @VPROTegenlicht. Very excited and a great challenge. Can I recall another cliché? Oh yes: it’s quite an honor. And I mean it all. #background lighting pic.twitter.com/pYaZruAuVY
— Jasper King (@jasperking) 14 October 2022
The regional newspaper Tubantia has found a new editor-in-chief: Daan Bonenkamp. Bonenkamp is now head of communications in D66’s parliamentary group. Previously, Bonenkamp worked briefly for De Telegraaf. “I am a child of the region and have always maintained a strong bond with Twente. This step therefore also feels like coming home. At my parents’ house, De Twentsche Courant Tubantia fell on the mat every day, says Bonenkamp to the newspaper.
Moving January 2023 Lennart Zandbergen for Financial Daily for New York City. “As a correspondent, I will report on everything to do with American companies, the economy and the financial markets, and will therefore also travel a lot through the fascinating America,” he writes on LinkedIn. And he is also still looking for a roof over his head in his new hometown: “Oh yes, if someone else rents out a nice penthouse in Central Park – or just has tips for getting affordable housing elsewhere in New York: I hear f .eg that!” Zandbergen works today as editor of the Financial Markets section of the Financieele Dagblad.
In front of Wieneke van Vucht changes after twenty years. “The years of talk shows, documentaries (series), radio and podcasts have given me countless beautiful adventures, colleagues to keep in your heart forever and experiences to remember”, writes Van Vucht. “Now is the time to pass on that knowledge and experience to a new generation of journalists. I have been teaching at the Journalism School at the Hogeschool Utrecht for a few weeks now and it is fantastic!”
After 30 years, it is time for a new step in the career Angelique art. Kunst worked for the regional newspaper TC Tubantia for years and gained national fame for his ongoing research into the self-proclaimed cyber expert Rian van Rijbroek who became involved in Gerard Sanderink’s business empire. “Transfer news: As of November 1, I am leaving Tubantia and starting to work for the new research editors in ADR (AD and the regional newspapers). There, of course, I get all the space again for the Sanderink file, but also for great new research cases”, writes Kunst. “I will miss my good colleagues from Tubantia very much, it is a really nice club to work with. But I couldn’t pass up this new challenge.”
Tijs Hofmans is the Chief News Editor for the technology website Tweakers.net. “Just keep writing, both news and background information about privacy and security in particular,” Hofmans wrote on Twitter.
After 20 years, Erik Schreurs farewell to Brabants Dagblad, where for many years he was responsible for the newspaper’s cover as a designer. “I want to play with letters and typography again. It becomes less and less. The newspaper is becoming more and more stencilled,’ he says to Villamedia.
So some personal career news: As of now, I’m the head of news editors at Tweakers! I will continue to write, both news and background information, especially on privacy and security.
Nothing else changes for you and your privacy remains guaranteed.
— Tijs Hofmans (@tijshofmans) 19 October 2022
And finally, two new voices can be heard on Radio 1 in NOS’s programmes. From December is Dieuwke Teertstra the new permanent voice for the radio program Nieuws & Co (NOS/NTR) on NPO Radio 1. Elisabeth Steinz the new permanent presenter on the Saturday broadcast of Met het Oog op Morgen.