Enno Müller has been appointed managing director of Agence France-Presse in Germany, effective Oct. 1. He will report to Florence Biedermann, regional director Europe-Africa.
Müller will be in charge of AFP GmbH and SID, a wholly-owned subsidiary of AFP. He will coordinate the activities of the subsidiaries with AFP’s Berlin bureau, which covers German news for its global network.
AFP GmbH, based in Berlin, provides German-language news in text, photo, video and graphics, along with multimedia services to Germany’s written press, radio, television and online media market.
Müller previously served with the RTL Group in 1991, then its multimedia subsidiary in 1994 as CFO and vice-president. In 1999, he founded EconoMedia Informationsdienste, a provider of consumer reviews and data, before taking charge of e-learning company Digital Spirit in 2009.