Metronome buys Stockholm-Kopenhamn

Company works closely with Channel 5

CANNES — Nordic TV giant Metronome has bought production company Stockholm-Kopenhamn for Kronor 60 million ($9 million).

“Stockholm-Kopenhamn is a good addition,” Metronome CEO Mats Alders. “We want to strengthen our position as Scandinavia’s largest TV company.

Stockholm-Kopenhamn has a close relationship with Sweden’s Channel 5, which Metronome intends to build on.

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