Bruno Auderset

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Bruno Auderset (born March 16, 1927 ) is a Swiss journalist .


Auderset began his professional career in the 1950s as a journalist at the Swiss Dispatch Agency (SDA) in Bern , where he worked from 1961 to 1983 as head of the domestic market.

As a Federal Palace journalist , he followed political events in Bern in the early 1960s. Later, as head of the SDA's domestic editorial team, he accompanied several federal councilors on trips abroad and reported on their negotiations with heads of state.

Auderset was close to bourgeois parties ( FDP and BGB or SVP ).

At the beginning of the 1980s he became press chief of the Association of Private Life Insurers (VPL) in Bern.

From 1982 Auderset worked in an office community with Erwin Bischof and Peter Schindler .

He is friends with Werner Martignoni .

Individual evidence

  1. a b c d Markus Hofmann : The men's group and the idyll of Bundesbern. Former journalists remember past Federal Council elections. In: Neue Zürcher Zeitung . December 6, 2003
  2. a b c Bruno Auderset is celebrating his 80th year: Congratulations. In: Freiburger Nachrichten . March 15, 2007
  3. Jürg Frischknecht , Peter Haffner , Ueli Haldimann , Peter Niggli : The uncanny patriots . Limmat Verlag , Zurich 1987, ISBN 3-85791-077-1 , Robert Eibel's son Christoph takes care of administration, p. 525 .