Bråkenhielm in 2008
Anna Birgitta Bråkenhielm|
10 July 1966
|Other names||Anna Carrfors Bråkenhielm|
|Known for||Television programming|
Anna Birgitta Bråkenhielm (born 10 July 1966), during a period of time Anna Carrfors Bråkenhielm, is a Swedish business leader and producer of television programming. She was also owner and CEO of the magazine Passion for Business and presented the radio show Sommar i P1 (Summer on P1).
Bråkenhielm was born on 10 July 1966 in Kalmar and grew up in Wallby Säteri outside Vetlanda, Sweden. She is the daughter of landlord and Governor of Kalmar, Peder Bråkenhielm and Kristianstad Anita Bråkenhielm.
Strix Television and Silverback
As a CEO of Strix Television she was responsible for buying the television entertainment concept Expedition Robinson (also known as Survivor in some parts of the world). Swedish television station SVT became the first channel in the world to air the concept in 1997. Bråkenhielm later became the CEO of the production company called Silverback, which she sold in 2009 to TV Global Content.
Until 2004, she was the CEO of the production company Scandinavian Studios which worked with TV. In 2011, Bråkenhielm and Bonnier started the production company Scandinavian Studios, the production company which suffered losses both in 2011 and 2012 with losses totaling 15 million (SEK). Bråkenhielm, in 2014, sold her 32% share and was bought out of the company.
She was also owner and CEO of the magazine Passion for Business which aims to reach women in business.
Coming from Småland, Bråkenhielm won the "Småländer of the Year Award" in 2001.
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