About Fremantle Productions North America, Inc.

Bertelsmann Stiftung is a private charitable foundation that invests in projects of its own conception. Funding is provided primarily by income from the majority stake the foundation holds in Bertelsmann AG. Its Carl Bertelsmann Prize is awarded to projects focused on economic and social reform. The foundation also provides funding for projects related to corporate social responsibility, culture exchange, and education. In addition to its German headquarters, Bertelsmann Stiftung operates offices in Brussels, Barcelona, and Washington, DC. It was founded in 1977 by former CEO Reinhard Mohn. Mohn was the head of the fifth generation of his family to lead the Bertelsmann group of media companies.

Financial Performance

Expenditures for 2012 totaled €62.7 million ($82.4 million) compared with €62.5 million and €60.3 million in 2011 and 2010, respectively. In 2012 Bertelsmann Stiftung's financial resources totaled approximately €121.7 million. Since its inception, the foundation has invested approximately €1.1 billion ($1.4 billion) in nonprofit work.

Strategy

Under the leadership of chairman and CEO Aart De Geus, Bertelsmann Stiftung is taking an increasingly international approach to its project work, focusing on four global regions: Europe, the US, Asia (China and India), and South America (Brazil). The foundation's goals include improving education, working toward a more efficient and sustainable economic systems, improving health care, and creating a vibrant civil society and greater international understanding.

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Fremantle Productions North America, Inc.

2900 W Alameda Ave Ste 800
Burbank, CA 91505-4220
Phone: 1 (818) 748-1100

Stats

  • Employer Type: Public
  • Prin: Thom Beers
  • Senior Vice President Production, Scripted: Debra Bergman
  • Vice President, Post Production: Zach Jarosz
  • Employees: 200

Major Office Locations

  • Burbank, CA