Nordisk Film chief Kenneth D. Plummer has been named as the newhead of Danish national broadcaster Denmark Radio (DR).
Plummer, 44, will take overin his new role on October 1, leaving Nordisk Film parent company EgmontEntertainment plenty of time to find a successor.
One of the oldest filmcompanies in the world, Nordisk Film's activities span production, distribution andexhibition in the Nordic countries. The company backed Jacob Thuesen's Accused, which played in Competition atBerlin, and last year had a hit with irreverent family comedy Terkel in Trouble.
Prior to Nordisk, Plummerworked in marketing for Disney and was head of Mattel's Europeandivision.
He leaves Nordisk Film ingood health. The company recently posted profits of Euros 6m, compared to lastyear's loss of Euros 4.5m.