Bavaria Fiction beruft Marcus Ammon als Geschäftsführer
München - Ab Herbst dieses Jahres steigt Marcus Ammon als Geschäftsführer Content in die Unternehmensführung ein. Der langjährige Geschäftsführer Jan S. Kaiser verantwortet die Bereiche Produktion und Finanzen. Nina Maag, Head of High-End Streaming Content, wird Teil des neuen Creative Boards zur Koordination programmlicher Entwicklungen und Vertriebsaktivitäten
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Karoline Meichsner-Sertl, chairwoman of the shareholders' board of Bavaria Fiction:
"Marcus Ammon stands for successful productions with an outstanding reputation, developed in Germany. With him, Bavaria Fiction gains further creative strength. The shareholders of Bavaria Fiction are excited to work with Marcus Ammon – and to his support from the entire creative team."
Marcus Ammon, future Managing Director Content Bavaria Fiction:
"I have always been fascinated by the aura that surrounds Bavaria and it is a great honour to help shape the future of this company, which has always been a home for the most creative minds in the country. I look forward to working in and with a successful and motivated team and to diving into the world of storytelling. Together, we want to seek new paths both nationally and internationally and lead Bavaria Fiction into an even more successful future, supported by a common understanding of the wishes and needs of our audience. I would like to thank Sky for twelve years of trusted and loyal cooperation, especially for the opportunity to reinvent myself again and again."
Jan S. Kaiser, Managing Director Bavaria Fiction:
“In the current upheaval of the media landscape, Bavaria Fiction is faced with the challenge of securing its core business of commissioned productions for the public broadcasters on one hand and expanding its portfolio in the growth areas of non-linear programmes on the other. With Marcus Ammon, we are gaining an experienced programme maker who can lead Bavaria Fiction into this future. I am very much looking forward to our time together.”