Dávid Forrás will be appointed as the new editor-in-chief of Noizz.hu as of June, 1st. Martin Szokol, who has been editor-in-chief of Noizz.hu since its launch in Hungary will continue as online product development manager at the digital division of Ringier Axel Springer Hungary.
In the beginning of May, Noizz was revamped with a new clear-cut and modern design in every European country in which the media product is present.
As the new editor-in-chief, Dávid Forrás will be responsible for upgrading the content of Noizz.hu. His task will be bringing the digital urban audience even closer to Noizz.hu news and entertaining contents by introducing new formats and dynamically integrating social network platforms.
Dávid Forrás previously worked as a communications consultant at a civil society organisation. He was previously a journalist at pénzcentrum.hu belonging to the Portfolio Group, mostly writing about residential financing, consumer issues, education and the labour market. Prior to this, he worked in the financial sector where he undertook activities related to business development, marketing and PR. He obtained his Master’s degree at Instituto de Empresa (IE) Business School in Madrid and completed his bachelor studies at International Business School, Budapest.
Martyna Majchrzak, Digital Publishing Manager at Ringier Axel Springer Media AG:
The Noizz brand becomes more and more the favourite media platform of young urban people who are not only interested in trends, street fashion and cool tech products, but also want to make a difference in their social and ecological environments – live their lives meaningfully, opened to awareness actions and want their voices to be heard in hot topics. Noizz wants to be the media brand that meets their content needs best with cool and meaningful stories and up to date formats. Our editorial teams are committed to achieve this goal and I am happy to welcome Dávid Forrás in this great community!
Noizz is Ringier Axel Springer Media AG’s international website promoting urban lifestyle. Topics focus on what urban residents are interested in, ranging from fashion and lifestyle to music, through to topics focusing on society, environmental protection and politics. The Noizz.hu website was launched in Hungary in 2017. Noizz is also present in Germany, Poland, Slovakia, Romania and Serbia. The websites attract 11 million unique users in the markets, in which NOIZZ is active (based on the Google Analytics survey).
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