لا يستطيع المساهمون في الألمانية امتلاك أكثر من 5ر1% من رأس المال الأساسي لكل مساهم ولا تستطيع الشركات الإذاعية الحصول مجتمعة على أكثر من 25% وبذلك يستبعد أن يسيطر أحد المساهمين على قرارات الشركة من خلال حشد أغلبية لصالحه. بلغ حجم تعاملات شركة وكالة الأنباء الألمانية ذات المسؤولية المحدودة 9ر92 مليون يورو عام2019.
وكالة الأنباء الألمانية هي وكالة أنباء وسائل الإعلام الألمانية. يدعم المساهمون بالألمانية البالغ عددهم 177 مساهما بما فيهم شركات إعلامية و دور نشر استقلال المؤسسة. يمثل مجلس الإشراف على وكالة الأنباء الألمانية مقطعا عرضيا من مالكي الحصص بالألمانية بدءا بأصحاب الصحف المحلية وانتهاء بالمؤسسات الإذاعية والتلفزيونية الكبيرة.
Gerda MeuerManaging Director of Programming, Deutsche Welle, Bonn and Berlin
Herbert DachsManaging Director, Medienholding Süd GmbH, Stuttgart
Thomas DüffertChairman of the Management Board, Verlagsgesellschaft Madsack GmbH & Co. KG,
Dr. Peter FreyEditor-in-Chief, ZDF, Mainz
Hans-Dieter HillmothPersonally Liable Partner, Radio/Tele FFH GmbH & Co. Betriebs-KG, Bad Vilbel
Joachim KnuthRadio Program Director, NDR, Hamburg
Dr. Stephan KolschenPublishing Director, Brune-Mettcker Druck- und Verlags-GmbH, Wilhelmshaven
Holger MartensManaging Director, Rheinpfalz Verlag und Druckerei GmbH & Co. KG, Ludwigshafen
Christian NienhausManaging Director, News Media Print, Axel Springer SE, Berlin
Hans Georg SchnückerPublisher, Verlagsgruppe Rhein Main GmbH & Co. KG, Mainz
Daniel SchöninghManaging Director, Münchener Zeitungs-Verlag GmbH & Co. KG, München
Birgit WentzienEditor-in-Chief, Deutschlandfunk, Köln
Johannes WerleChairman of the Management Board, Rheinisch-Bergische Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Düsseldorf
يخضع المدير التنفيذي و رئيس التحرير مباشرة لمجلس الإشراف، كل على حدة.
تتكون الإدارة التنفيذية من رئيس الإدارة التنفيذية، بيتر كروبش، و المديرين التنفيذيين ماتياس مان و أندرياس شميت.
يتولى ماتياس مان رئاسة قطاع الموارد البشرية والقانون في حين يتولى أندرياس شميت قطاع المال و اللوجيستيات.
وكيل وكالة الأنباء الألمانية هو تورستن ماتيس الذي يتولى رئاسة قسم تسويق ومبيعات الداخل.
Peter KropschPresident & CEO
Peter Kropsch, born in 1965 in Wels (Upper Austria), is Chairman of dpa`s executive board. The economics journalist worked for 20 years for the Austrian news agency APA, becoming a member of the agency's Executive Board in 2006, and then CEO in 2009. From 2012 to 2014 he was president of the European Alliance of News Agencies (EANA), one year later he was named "media manager of the year" by the Austrian journal "Der österreichische Journalist". Kropsch was appointed in June 2015 to succeed Michael Segbers in January 2017. In 2018, Peter Kropsch was re-elected president of the EANA.
Matthias MahnSenior Vice President, Head of Human Resources and Legal
Born in Hamburg in 1961, Matthias Mahn is Senior Vice President and head of the Human Resources and Legal Department. In 1989 he was accredited as a lawyer in Hamburg. He worked for nearly 10 years in Axel-Springer Enterprise in various positions and then for several years in an international enterprise of the metal industry. In 2002, he joined dpa. As director of the Human Resources and Law department, he was integrated into the business team. From 2002 to 2004 he was solely responsible for dpa's Broadcasting Agency Services. At the end of 2010, he was appointed to Senior Vice President of dpa.
Andreas SchmidtSenior Vice President, Head of Finance, Logistics and IT
Andreas Schmidt was born in 1961 in Hamburg and is Senior Vice President of dpa. He serves as Head of the Finance Department and Logistics. Originally trained as an industrial engineer, he is very familiar with electronics installation. He has been with dpa since 1993. In addition to building a network-wide control center and a central purchasing department, he served in various management roles in dpa’s subsidiaries. In 2003 Schmidt was appointed commercial head of dpa and to Senior Vice President in 2010.
تقدم رئاسة التحرير الوكالة الألمانية كأكبر وكالة أنباء في ألمانيا وإحدى أكبر هيئات التحرير في السوق الدولية، إنها تمثل نحو ألف صحفي يعملون بشكل ثابت في جميع أنحاء العالم وتعكس عملهم التحريري بالغ الجودة.
Born in 1966 in the Germany city Munden, Sven Gösmann, has been chief editor at dpa since 2014. He began his career at the Braunschweiger Zeitung. After completing his studies in Political Science in Berlin, he worked for several different news agencies: the Berliner Morgenpost, die Welt, as a national correspondent for the Braunschweiger Zeitung, the Weser-Kurier in Hannover and as head of politics for Welt am Sonntag. He then served as Politics and Economic deputy editor for Bild Zeitung. In 2005 he became chief editor at Rheinischen Post in Dusseldorf. He joined the German Press Agency in 2014.
Jutta SteinhoffDeputy Editor-in-Chief
Born in 1967 in Helmarshausen, Hessen, Jutta Steinhoff studied German, journalism and romance studies in Göttingen. She first worked for the Braunschweiger Zeitung and the Göttinger Tageblatt. Following an internship with dpa, she was appointed district editor in Fulda. She then left to work in Münster and Osnabrück and was service chief for Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland in Mainz. Following an appointment to regional office manager in Munich in 2005, Steinhoff lectured at the German School of Journalism. She also worked abroad at the dpa office in Geneva, Switzerland. Since 2012 she has headed the dpa regional office in Berlin and Eastern Germany. In 2016, Steinhoff was named deputy editor. She is responsible for organization and personnel development of dpa's domestic and international services.
Silke BrüggemeierDeputy Editor-in-Chief
Silke Brüggemeier has been deputy editor-in-chief and head of visual at dpa since 2021. She was born in Paderborn in 1974, graduated from high school in 1993 and then studied history and German in Bielefeld. From 2000 to 2002, Silke Brüggemeier did a traineeship at dpa before working as photo editor at Bunte/InStyle magazine from 2002 to 2005. She then moved to the Axel Springer publishing company, first as photo editor at BILD newspaper, and from 2008 as head of photography at the paper/at BILD.
Antje HomburgerDeputy Editor-in-Chief
Born in 1963 in Bassum, Lower Saxony, Antje Homburger began her career working as a freelancer in Bremen for the Associated Press, the vwd group, Weser Kurier and Welt, after completing her studies in applied business languages. From 1998 until 2010, she worked for the Associated Press in Frankfurt. She spent 11 of these 12 years as head of the economics division. In 2010 she started the same position with dpa. She was also recently a member of the dpa next lab in Berlin Beta House. Since 2016, she has worked as deputy editor. In her current role, she is responsible for daily management, quality control and further development of the agency.