Netflix reveals the cast of the new season of ‘Borgen’ – Deadline

NOW TV hires former general manager of Universal

NOW TV has hired former Director of Universal Pictures International and TWC Jamie Schwartz as director of branding, marketing and merchandising. He will report to Marina Storti, Managing Director of NOW TV, and will be responsible for the development and oversight of the lead brand, marketing strategy and campaigns, media planning, as well as PR merchandising, networks social, editorial and product lines. Schwartz was most recently a Marketing EVP for Focus Features and prior to that worked at TWC and Momentum.

Distribution set for Netflix and DR Borgen

In April Netflix and DR, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, announced that the hit series Borgen came back, reuniting creator Adam Price with lead actresses Sidse Babett Knudsen (Birgitte Nyborg) and Birgitte Hjort Sørensen (Katrine Fønsmark). Today, additional actors have been announced including Mikkel Boe Følsgaard and Lucas Lynggaard Tønnesen, as well as Özlem Saglanmak, Simon Bennebjerg, Johanne Louise Schmidt and Magnus Millang. Also returning from the original cast are Søren Malling (Torben Friis), Signe Egholm Olsen (Anne Sophie Lindenkrone), Mikael Birkkjær (Philip Christensen), Lisbeth Wulff (Pia Munk), Lars Mikkelsen (Søren Ravn), Laura Allen Müller Smith ( Nadia Barazani), Jens Albinus (Jon Berthelsen), Lars Knutzon (Bent Sejrø), Peter Mygind (Michael Laugesen), Morten Kirkskov (Niels Erik Lund), Gitte Siem Christensen (Kirsten Sejrø), Angunnguaq Larsen (Jens Enok Berthelsen), Freja Riemann (Laura Nyborg Christensen) and Kasper Lange (Dan Vestergaard). Also in the cast will be Peter Zandersen, Youssef Hvidtfeldt, Charlotte Fich, Pegah Booyash, Karin Bang Heinemeier, Sussie Nøhr, Niklas Herskind, Michael Moritzen and Viola Martinsen. The new season will again follow Birgitte Nyborg (Sidse Babett Knudsen), her team and the media responsible for covering her, this time in her role as Foreign Minister. The show will also follow the path of Katrine Fønsmark (Birgitte Hjort Sørensen). After being Birgitte’s press chief for a while, in the new season she is back in journalism where she landed a job as head of the news department of a major TV channel.

Marvel Boss Kevin Feige on ‘Black Panther 2’ after Boseman, ‘Black Widow’ release and why streaming plans won’t burn MCU to soundtrack

UK TV survey reveals alarming bullying statistics


Britain’s Bectu union, Bournemouth University and TV campaign group Viva La PD today released an interim report on management and recruiting practices on unscripted TV. Almost 1,200 people responded to the State of Play survey, which found that 68% of respondents had considered leaving for an alternative career last year. Over 93% of those surveyed said they had experienced bullying or harassment in the television industry, and only 11% reported incidents that felt the issue had been resolved satisfactorily. 70% of respondents with managerial responsibilities said they had not received adequate training on the practical and legal aspects of people management and 73% of respondents said they felt that recruitment practices at the television were unfair. Looking at how to make improvements, 80% of respondents said they would like to see an agreement in place setting minimum standards on overtime rates, hours, pay, health and safety conditions and welfare. -be freelance writers working in unscripted television.

DAZN appoints new leaders

Sports streamer DAZN Group has announced the appointment of two co-CEOs. Shay Segev will join the company in the coming months from Entain, the betting firm that owns Ladbrokes, while chief revenue officer James Rushton has been elevated after serving as CEO since last June. “This is an important moment for DAZN Group as we deepen our leadership team and prepare the organization for its next phase of growth,” said John Skipper, DAZN Group Executive Chairman.

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