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DOMO 3 / 2019

DOMO 3 / 2019

«Nice words won’t get you anywhere.» Toni Nadal is the most successful coach in tennis history. In his big interview with DOMO, he explains the basis for all success: hard work. And tough love

«The job gives me pleasure» Editor-in-chief, construction-site manager, bus driver and host on a cruise ship: How Blick boss Christian Dorer copes with his week.

«Vietnam will never let me go» Peter Balsiger is one of Blick’s most legendary journalists. In his dispatches from the front in the Vietnam War he created a new form of foreign reporting.

Contents

4 «Nice words won’t get you anywhere.» Toni Nadal is the most successful coach in tennis history. In his big interview with DOMO, he explains the basis for all success: hard work. And tough love.

12 Lippy like a Berlin bus driver Growth thanks to social media. Berlin’s public transit authority BVG knows how that works. It takes love of your client and a lot of guts. And really thick skin.

16 Focus on Ringier The best press photos of the last quarter.

18 Making women visible The «EqualVoice» initiative will make sure that women are represented more equally in media coverage at Ringier.

20 I am sailing ... Hits on the high seas. How the Blick Group stages events in its quest for new sources of revenue. A report from a crooner cruise.

25 Digitally enraged citizens Publisher Michael Ringier’s column on analog selfishness and digital indigna- tion.

26 «The job gives me pleasure» Editor-in-chief, construction-site manager, bus driver and host on a cruise ship: How Blick boss Christian Dorer copes with his week.

28 «Vietnam will never let me go» Peter Balsiger is one of Blick’s most legendary journalists. In his dispatches from the front in the Vietnam War he created a new form of foreign reporting.

30 Retro Lady with Aloha Spirit Anniversary: Gabrielle «Gaby» Jagel / Recommended reading by Marc Walder