Caspar Norman and Henrik Pabst join Quintus Studios advisory board

Both executives will work closely with Quintus Studios founder and managing director Gerrit Kemming on steering the company following a year of strong growth.

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Henrik Pabst and Caspar Norman

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Quintus Studios has appointed two senior content industry executives to its newly established advisory board. Caspar Norman, former Chief Operating Officer at Barcroft Studios will be consulting for the business on content monetisation strategy and Henrik Pabst, Chief Content Officer, at ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE’s Seven.One Entertainment has also joined the Quintus Studios advisory board with a specific focus on content strategy and the company's market fit.

Both executives will work closely with Quintus Studios founder and managing director Gerrit Kemming on steering the company following a year of strong growth. “Henrik and Caspar´s experience and knowledge of the content industry are hugely valuable for Quintus. Being able to challenge and inspire our strategies going forward will help us to supersize our growth in a new phase for the business. I am so delighted to welcome such high-calibre executives onboard” said Gerrit Kemming, Managing Director of Quintus Studios.

“I’m delighted to be joining the advisory board at such an exciting time for the business and to be working with such a dynamic team” said Caspar Norman.

“Gerrit has built a successful business with an innovative business model, ripe for these times of disruption in the content business and I'm looking forward to working with him and the team to take Quintus Studios to the next level” said Henrik Pabst.

Quintus Studios’ channel portfolio has surpassed 7.5 million subscribers across platforms. Quintus Studios owns and operates YouTube channel brands with a combined yearly reach of more than 200 million unique visitors including Free Documentary (4.17m), Free Documentary - Nature (1.3m) FD Real, FD History, FD Paranormal and ENDEVR. It also owns and operates FAST channel ‘Radical Docs’ which is available on platforms including Rakuten TV and Samsung TV Plus.

 

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