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Henri Caddeo New CTO for Bonnier Broadcasting

News   •   Dec 08, 2015 10:15 GMT

Henri Caddeo has been named new CTO for Bonnier Broadcasting. With broad tech responsibility for the business area, he will even further connect technology, user experience and business so that the technology is considered as attractive as the content.


Henri Caddeo, currently CTIO for Swedish digital TV, broadband and telecom provider Com Hem, will start in spring 2016 as CTO (chief technical officer) for Bonnier’s business area Broadcasting. He will have broad responsibility for technology for the entire business area, and will coordinate and develop the technology organizations within the TV4 Group, SVOD service C More and news production company Nyhetsbolaget in Sweden, as well as TV network MTV in Finland.
“I’m excited that Henri has decided to work with us,” says Casten Almqvist, head of the business area and CEO for the TV4 Group. “His main role will be to build a high-quality technology organization for the future, where the technology is as attractive as the content, and where we talk as much about technology and user experience as we do about programming and sales. With his strong track record and broad experience working in the intersect between business and user experience, as well as between traditional technology and the online TV world, I can’t imagine anyone better to take on this role.”
The job includes moving, coordinating and developing the technical capabilities and culture within Broadcasting.
“The transformation that the media industry is undergoing currently is driven by modern technology, which makes possible new user behavior and puts the end customer in a whole new focus,” says Caddeo . “There are boundless possibilities for players who are successful in this change, while those who don’t take part will see declining business. Bonnier Broadcasting has both the ambition and the possibility to successfully make the change. So when Casten asked if I wanted to be part of this and lead the change, there was no question about my saying yes.”