With a month to go before the Mipcom TV market kicks off in Cannes, Shine International is undergoing a shift at the top of its ranks. Camilla Hammer, CEO of the sales and distribution arm of Elisabeth Murdoch’s Shine Group, is leaving the company after less than a year in the job. “Personal reasons” were cited as the motivation for her departure. Well-known industry vet Nadine Nohr is stepping in to replace Hammer on an interim basis starting next week. Nohr, who was managing director of Granada International for 12 years, has been acting as a consultant to Shine since 2009. She’ll take up the interim CEO role on a one-year contract. Shine International’s catalogue includes about 3,000 hours of content. Among its best known properties are The Biggest Loser, One Born Every Minute and MasterChef. It also handles dramas including the upcoming Frank Spotnitz-created series The Hunted which Cinemax starts airing in October.
Shine International CEO Camilla Hammer Leaving Company After Less Than A Year
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