Germany’s biggest audience award

Goldene Henne is Germany’s biggest audience award and has been presented since 1995. It was named in honour of Berlin entertainer Helga “Henne” Hahnemann, who passed away in 1991. Super Illu magazine and broadcasters MDR and rbb use this coveted award to honour the year’s most popular stars.

In addition to the Entertainment, Acting, Music and Sport categories, which are decided by the public, the Goldene Henne also has jury awards for categories such as Politics, Charity and Lifetime Achievement.

Links: Goldene Henne

Editor-in-chief

Stefan Kobus has been editor-in-chief of Guter Rat and Super Illu since March 2016. He previously worked as deputy editor-in-chief at Super Illu (from 2004) and in various managerial roles at “Heinrich-Bauer-Verlag”, for example as editor-in-chief, head of a developmental editorial team and chief editor. 

Stefan Kobus has been editor-in-chief of Guter Rat and Super Illu since March 2016. He previously worked as deputy editor-in-chief at Super Illu (from 2004) and in various managerial roles at “Heinrich-Bauer-Verlag”, for example as editor-in-chief, head of a developmental editorial team and chief editor. 

Facts
Division BurdaLife
Founded 1995
Managing director Heinz Scheiner
Editor-in-chief Stefan Kobus
Frequency Once a year (since 1995)
Venue 2016 Leipzig
Form of broadcast Live on TV
Contact post@superillu.de

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Editor-in-chief

Stefan Kobus has been editor-in-chief of Guter Rat and Super Illu since March 2016. He previously worked as deputy editor-in-chief at Super Illu (from 2004) and in various managerial roles at “Heinrich-Bauer-Verlag”, for example as editor-in-chief, head of a developmental editorial team and chief editor.