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Thomas Satinsky is a German journalist and newspaper publisher.

Satinsky studied Politics and German Studies in Tübingen and completed a traineeship at the newspaper Heilbronner Simme. After working as editor for the same newspaper as well as contributing to the Stuttgart paper Sonntag Aktuell he became in 1998 editor-in-chief at the daily independent newspaper Pforzheimer Zeitung . Soon he was offered the position as editor-in-chief at Südkurier . In 2010 he returned to Pforzheimer Zeitung where he currently holds the position as executive publisher.

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