NEWS, Producers, Singapore, United Kingdom — 09/21/2011 4:25 PM

Reshuffle continues at FremantleMedia (C21 Media)

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FremantleMedia has appointed a new MD of its Asian operation as part of an ongoing reshuffle at the global production group.

Paul O’Hanlon has been promoted into the MD role from his current position of executive producer, production and development at FremantleMedia Australia, which he has held since February.

He will report to Ian Hogg, the CEO of Asia Pacific, who he worked with in Australia, and will be based in Singapore once he commences his new role in October.

O’Hanlon said: “I’ll be focusing on the development process and our drive to create and inspire new, innovative programming in this diverse and dynamic part of the world.”

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Prior to joining FremantleMedia Australia, Oai??i??Hanlon was international advisor and programme director with Next TV in Taiwan. Throughout 2009, he worked in Kabul where he created programming for Afghanistan’s two largest free-to-air television networks, as well as developing current affairs and news programming for Afghanistanai??i??s 2009 election. Prior to this, he spent five years with Star TV in Hong Kong.

Fremantle is currently in the midst of a major reshuffle of staff. In July, Simon Spalding left his position as regional CEO for Europe and Asia Pacific, leaving Ian Hogg to report to FremantleMedia’s CEO Tony Cohen. Hogg himself only arrived as CEO Asia Pacific in July after leaving Fremantle Australia to replace Patrick Schult who left the company in March after 24 years to “pursue other interests.”

By Clive Whittingham, 21 Sep 2011

SOURCE:Ai??C21 Media

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