13 Aug. 2020 -
MEDIAGENIX talked with Scott Kirkpatrick, Senior Vice President of North and South American sales for NENT Studios UK, about release strategies, rights management and the future of the M&E industry.
28 Jul. 2020 -
Morten Engberg Stensgaard
Interview with Morten Engberg Stensgaard, Media Planner at TV 2 Danmark.
TV 2 Danmark went live with Promoplan, the MEDIAGENIX system that enables the marketing department to draw up an optimal promotion plan for all the promotion efforts of the organization and manage the complete promotion life cycle.
MEDIAGENIX has signed the United Nations Global Compact. This international commitment to 10 principles in the fundamental areas of Human Rights, Labour, Environment, and Anti-corruption encourages organizations and companies worldwide to implement a sustainable and socially responsible policy and to report on its implementation. With our adherence to the Global Compact principles , we want to show our clients, partners,…
27 May. 2020 -
“It's a major editing task if you want to reuse your archives from the past", says Thierry Delrue, TV Director at Belgian public broadcaster RTBF. We managed to draw him away from those archives to ask him how Corona changed his job overnight.
18 May. 2020 -
In an interview streamed by Produ Live, Joe Fregoso talks about the flexibility of the WHATS’ON platform as it caters to the needs of both international multimedia corporations and local broadcasters/OTTs
7 May. 2020 -
Scott Ferguson, Vice President Content Planning and Analysis at DAZN talked with MEDIAGENIX about the difference between OTT and Linear, the challenges of broadcasting 25,000 live events a year (across 9 territories and often up to 40 at the same time!) and how they manage all that.
What added value can sports organisations offer the viewer? What is their reality on their side of the media spectrum? MEDIAGENIX interviewed Arnaud Simon, CEO and founder of In&Out Stories about helping sports organisations act as media groups.
During the build-up to the FIFA World Cup 2018, A+E Networks UK/HISTORY used WHATS'ON to create a special pop-up channel which scheduled football-related programming. The channel was configured and ready to go within a few hours and ran for 14 days.