Brostrom to rejoin FremantleMedia’s Blu as MD

The veteran producer and TV3 commissioning editor Anne Brostrom will come back to FremantleMedia's Danish production arm Blu as managing director, effective January 1.
November 1, 2013

FremantleMedia has appointed TV3 exec Anne Brostrom as managing director of the company’s Danish production arm, Blu, effective January 1.

In the role, she will manage day-to-day operations, head up business strategy, develop programming for the Danish market and sell FremantleMedia formats in Denmark. She will report to Daniela Matei, CEO Nordics, Eastern Europe and Balkans (NOREEBA), and sit on the NOREEBA senior management team.

Brostrom was formerly a commissioning editor at Danish network TV3. Before that she worked as a series producer and executive producer at Blu, and at a number of prodcos including Mastiff, Metronome and Nordisk/Banijay. Her credits include Paradise Hotel, The Audience, and Take Me Out.

“Her ability to drive the very best from her teams and the productions she works on, combined with her expertise in both broadcasting and production, perfectly position her to take on this challenging role,” Matei said in a statement. “We’re really excited to have her working with us, leading Blu on its steady path towards greater success and growth.”

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