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Morten Mogensen named CEO of Blu Denmark

FremantleMedia's Danish production arm, Blu, has announced it has a new CEO. Morten Mogensen will head the Blu team, and will be responsible for all development and production operations in Denmark. Mogensen will be based in Copenhagen and report to Simon Spalding, regional CEO, Europe and Asia Pacific for FremantleMedia. Mogensen's resume includes four years as programming director at TV3 in Denmark and head of programming in the entertainment division at TV3, where he served as the Executive Producer of a number of shows.
November 17, 2009

FremantleMedia’s Danish production arm, Blu, has announced it has a new CEO. Morten Mogensen will head the Blu team, and will be responsible for all development and production operations in Denmark. Mogensen will be based in Copenhagen and report to Simon Spalding, regional CEO, Europe and Asia Pacific for FremantleMedia. Mogensen’s resume includes four years as programming director at TV3 in Denmark and head of programming in the entertainment division at TV3, where he served as the executive producer of a number of shows.

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