Speaker Jennifer Mullin

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Jennifer Mullin

Chief Executive Officer


As CEO of Fremantle (part of the RTL Group), one of the biggest production companies in the world, Mullin oversees a business that achieved revenues of €2.3 billion ($2.44 billion) in 2022. 

Under her leadership as Fremantle’s first American head, the creative powerhouse behind iconic entertainment franchises such as Idol, Got Talent, and Family Feud, has continued expansion of its high-end global drama and film output, producing the likes of Bones and All, My Brilliant Friend, The Responder and Academy-award nominated The Hand of God. The company has also set ambitious plans to continue its growth in the documentary space.   

Fremantle has grown its global footprint through strategic M&A activity welcoming companies including Element Pictures, Lux Vide, 72 Films, Wildstar and Eureka to the Group. The company also continues to enter into high-profile creative talent partnerships with the likes of Angelina Jolie, Edward Berger, Paolo Sorrentino and Michael Winterbottom. 

Mullin has served as Group CEO since 2018 having been promoted from her senior leadership role as CEO of Fremantle North America. 

Before joining Fremantle, she worked as an executive and producer at such companies as Disney, Paramount and Universal.

Speaking on: Summit Series: Jennifer Mullin, CEO, Fremantle

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