Here writes: Frank Henry

96Frank Heinrich, director of the Stensington Academy, was director of the European Media Academy, company spokesman for SAT1 and advisor to the Prime Minister of Luxembourg. Frank Heinrich founded the Stensington International Management Academy and, as director of the European Media and Business Academy ( EMBA). Before that, he was the campus director and member of the executive committee of the Macromedia University of Applied Sciences for the media, responsible for the branch in Hamburg. Before his involvement in the university sector, he was a managing partner of Viscom Int. (Luxembourg) including the Axel-Springer-Verlag, the Prime Ministers Office Luxembourg, Nickelodeon, QVC, Viacom and the ZDF. His professional positions also include: Director of Press and Public Relations as well as company spokesman in the management of SAT.1 (Berlin), editorial director of the specialist media publisher Kellerer und Partner (Ebner Group; Munich) and head of communications and program planning in the management of RTL Television (Luxembourg / Cologne). More information at www.stensington-akademie.de/






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