FremantleMedia Enterprises ups four in N.A. licensing group

David Luner, formerly SVP of consumer products and interactive, is upped to EVP and gets mobile added to his portfolio.
March 10, 2011

FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME), the commercial and brand extension arm of FremantleMedia, has made four promotions within its North American licensing group.

David Luner, formerly senior vice president of consumer products and interactive at FME has been promoted to executive vice president of consumer products, interactive and mobile. That expands his role to include an upcoming slate of kids’ content, licensed and original game brands, and the digital content development department.

Olivier Delfosse, most recently director of interactive for FME, has been upped to vice president of interactive, mobile and digital content. He will be tasked with expanding FME’s efforts in the gaming space as well as building on digital content and mobile brand extensions.

Chris Donnan, formerly senior manager of live events, has been upped to director. He’ll be responsible for producing touring shows and budgeting across the live events division.

Dhivyah Ramanath has been hired as senior manager of consumer products: softlines.

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