Hellmuth Habersbrunner

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Hellmuth Habersbrunner (born May 9, 1899 in Zweibrücken , † January 20, 1959 in Bad Wiessee ) was the artistic director and managing director of Bayerische Rundfunk GmbH and the Reichsender München , the forerunners of today's Bavarian radio , from 1934 to 1945 . Before that, Habersbrunner had received his doctorate on the poems of Hans von Hopfen in Munich in 1924 and was a dramaturge and assistant director at the Munich Schauspielhaus as well as at the German Hour in Bavaria from August 1927 and head of the “literary department” from April 1928, which in 1933 - continued under his direction - has been renamed "Department of Radio Play and Recitation".

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Manfred Faust, Gerhard Gönner: Karl Valentin - Complete Works, Volume 8: Documents, Supplements, Register; Piper, 1997
  2. ^ Document notary Carl Glonner dated December 20, 1933 for Bayerische Rundfunk GmbH under business register no. 5557
  3. Journal for German Philology; Publishing house of the orphanage bookstore, 1926
  4. ^ Claudia Marwede-Dengg: Broadcasting and broadcasting policy in Bavaria; Munich 1981
  5. ^ Wolfgang Schütte: Regionality and federalism in broadcasting; Knecht, 1971
  6. http://www.dra.de/rundfunkgeschichte/radiogeschichte/organisation/pdf/BR_1924-1933_dt_stunde.pdf