Company Overview of C More Entertainment AB
C More Entertainment AB provides Pay-TV services. It broadcasts movies, series, children’s programs, and documentaries; and sport leagues, such as soccer, ice hockey, and tennis. The company also provides pay-per-view-services. In addition, C More Entertainment AB offers on demand services, such as live games and highlights, and films and series on demand. The company distributes its programming to subscribers via satellite (DTH), cable, digital terrestrial transmissions, IP-TV, Internet/online (OTT), and mobile Internet devices in Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Denmark. The company was formerly known as CANAL+ Television AB and changed its name to C More Entertainment AB in September 2003. Th...
Stockholm, 115 84
Founded in 1997
Key Executives for C More Entertainment AB
Head of Swedish Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
C More Entertainment AB Key Developments
TV 2, SBS Reportedly Mulls Acquisition Of C More Norwegian Division
Jan 7 15
TV2 Gruppen AS and SBS Discovery Media are reportedly mulling the acquisition of Norwegian division of C More Entertainment AB. TV 2 is in negotiations with C More for its Norwegian division, sources reported. SBS is also interested in the division. TV2, SBS and C More did not comment on the speculations.
C More Entertainment Announces Executive Changes
Dec 19 14
C More Entertainment announced that it has appointed Robert Kviby as head of its Swedish operations, with effect from December 01, 2014. Kviby has previously worked at Modern Times Group (MTG) and he replaces Jonas
Lonnqvist, who is moving to Boxer. Kviby has selected Ulrika Wallin as head of marketing in Sweden from
February 2015, and Robert Eriksson as head of CRM. Wallin worked most recently at Tele2 where she was in charge of online markets and Eriksson was key account manager at Viasat. Kviby has also appointed Emma Frisk to lead B2B marketing. She joins C More from the Red Cross.
C More Names Manfred Aronsson as New CEO
Jun 18 14
Manfred Aronsson, the newly appointed head of C More, has admitted the TV4-owned premium channel is under pressure. Aronsson was CEO of MTG Sweden from 2008 to 2012 and before that CEO of Kanal 5 from 1999 to 2006. He was also chairman of Canal+in the Nordic region - the effective predecessor to C More - for two years from 2006.
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