Fremantle has appointed Thalia Crone to the new role of Global Head of Media Supply Chain Operations.

She reports in to Fremantle’s COO, Commercial and International, Bob McCourt.

Crone will be responsible for “implementing an efficient end-to-end content delivery process across all areas within the Commercial and International division, globally.”  She will also be responsible for “optimising the interaction with rights management, royalties estimations and data reporting.”

Crone joins Fremantle from Warner Bros. Discovery where she worked as Director, EMEA Content Operations responsible for the content supply chain and localisation.

Bob McCourt, COO Commercial and International, Fremantle commented: “We are delighted Thalia will be joining the Commercial and International team in this newly created global role. With Thalia’s extensive experience in supply chain operations in the broadcast and media industry, she will be pivotal in ensuring our existing teams have the information, guidance and tools to deliver the most effective and efficient end-to-end process possible.”

Thalia Crone, Global Head of Media Supply Chain Operations, Fremantle added: “I am thrilled to be joining Fremantle in this newly created role, and to work with the multiple teams both within the Commercial and International division, as well as across the wider Fremantle business, to design, develop, integrate and deliver a streamlined end-to end supply chain that will enhance and optimize our end to end processes.

Fremantle’s Commercial and International division is responsible for maximising the commercial value of Fremantle content. From selling content to international broadcasters and platforms, selling Fremantle formats, publishing content to digital platforms, and setting up and managing all Fremantle direct-to-consumer channels.

Jon Creamer

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