Morten Mogensen, who is CEO of Drg’s parent company Nent Studios, becomes Chairman of the London-based firm, while Drg CEO Richard Halliwell [pictured] becomes CEO of Atrium in addition to his current role. This follows the departure of Jeremy Fox, who is leaving the company to focus on new projects outside of the group.
Fox is also selling his shares in the business, which was formed in 2007.
Atrium TV, which is a subsidiary to Drg, was founded in 2017 as a premium scripted drama commissioning club for regional streaming services and telecom operators around the world to compete with the likes of Netflix and Amazon. Members including Viaplay (Nordics), BT (UK), Orange (France) and Movistar+ (Spain) are developing projects including Michael Douglas-produced Silo, a violent drama