NewMedia-Boss of ProSiebenSat1 leaves the company after not even 6 months


The German private TV network ProSiebenSat1 just announced that Dan Marks will leave the company due to personal reasons. Marks was member of the board since May, 1 2010. In his function as New Media Officer he was responsible for the development of the network’s digital strategy, which included the online, pay-TV as well as video on demand activities of ProSiebenSat1. Until a successor is found, CEO Thomas Ebeling will take over Dan Marks’ responsibilities.

Background on ProSiebenSat1:
ProSiebenSat.1 Group
The ProSiebenSat.1 Group is a leading European media company with about 5,000 employees in 14 countries throughout Europe. The Group’s core business is free TV, financed through advertising. Reaching more than 78 million households, the ProSiebenSat.1 Group is the second-largest broadcasting group in Europe. In Germany, its family of stations – with the brands SAT.1, ProSieben and kabel eins – is number one in the TV advertising market. The Group is also operating in free TV in the Netherlands with the channels SBS 6, Net 5 and Veronica, in Hungary with TV 2 and FEM3, and in Sweden with Kanal 5 and Kanal 9. In addition the company owns different Internet brands, has stakes in radio stations, print and new media companies, and works in related business areas such as music business, live event and artist management.

The ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG is listed on the stock exchange and is based in Munich/Unterföhring.

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One response to “NewMedia-Boss of ProSiebenSat1 leaves the company after not even 6 months

  1. You’ve hit the ball out the park! Indcrebile!

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