Johannes Jensen started his career in 1992, working as a freelancer at Strix Television. In 1997, he was one of the producers behind the first Survivor produced in the world, for Swedish public broadcaster SVT. After leaving Strix in 1999, he started a production company together with two colleagues, which created and produced the first Swedish sportsgala – Idrottsgalan, in 2000. In 2001, he left the company to join Jarowskij as Head of Development, before becoming MD in 2005. Four years later, as Jarowskij merged to become part of the International Zodiak Media Group, he was appointed CEO of the Nordic division. In September 2014, he then took on the role as MD for Zodiak’s successful fiction company, Yellow Bird, a position he had together with his role in Zodiak Nordic.
Since the merger with Banijay Group in 2016, Jensen has served as Deputy Group CEO for Banijay Nordic and continues running Yellow Bird as MD.
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