Germany’s most successful celebrity magazine

Bunte was the first German celebrity magazine, and is still the most successful. When it comes to celebrities, Bunte is an institution. Exclusive home stories, personal interviews and up-close event reports provide Bunte readers with the latest, emotional stories from the lives of celebrities.

Bunte was launched in 1954 and has since become a seismograph for German society. It indicates who is and will become important within Germany. Bunte’s special instinct for the stars of tomorrow is particularly reflected in the Bunte New Faces Award, which has been presented to up-and-coming artists in the film and fashion industries since 1998.

Editor-in-chief

Robert Pölzer has been editor-in-chief of Bunte since July 2016. He began his career at Hubert Burda Media in 2003 as editor-in-chief of Neue Woche. In 2007, he took on the editorship of Freizeit Revue and Freizeit Spaß and was also editor-in-chief of Freizeit Exklusiv from 2015. Before this, he was chief editor at Super Illu and held roles such as deputy editor-in-chief of the “Bild-Zeitung” and “Bild am Sonntag” newspapers.