5 Mar. 2019 -
Remco Petra, Peter-Jan Daems and Monique Slootbeek at UAB2018
"WHATS’ON gives you a month by month view on what the different parties are supposed to get from RTL NL. You have a distributor view per title, another is the platform view, and everything can be easily put into a report."
On 8 and 9 November 2018 we had the pleasure of welcoming Alan Wolk to our MEDIAGENIX User Advisory Board in Brussels. The co-founder and lead analyst of T[R]EV shared his vision on the future of television, and granted us this follow-up interview about how the global trends will impact the business of 'linear-native' broadcasters in Europe.
9 Dec. 2018 -
Efstathios Paraskevopoulos and Nick Couck
An introduction to OTT and sports on the occasion of the SportsPro OTT Summit in Madrid, 28-29 November 2018
7 Dec. 2018 -
MEDIAGENIX Chief of Staff Veerle Verspille in HR Square about how to build a nimble and flexible organisation in a globalised and rapidly changing world. (Dutch)
13 Nov. 2018 -
On Thursday 8 and Friday 9 November 2018, 247 professionals from 45 media companies, representing 14 European countries, the US and Canada, gathered in Brussels to debate about where the industry is going and how they should get there.
A proud moment at the start of MEDIAGENIX User Advisory Board 2018. On 8 November Annemie Valkeneers of DQS officially handed the ISO 27001 certificate to our CIO Henk Schets in the presence of our customers.
19 Oct. 2018 -
MEDIAGENIX Business Development Manager Tom Donoghue’s look on Languages & The Media 2018, the international conference on language transfer in audio-visual media which was held in Berlin at the beginning of October.
17 Oct. 2018 -
Case study presented by MEDIAGENIX Business Development Manager Tom Donoghue and Jan-Hendrik Hein, Director of Media Operations A&E Television Networks UK, at the Languages & The Media 2018 conference in Berlin.
Interview with CEO Dirk Debraekeleer in Belgian quality newspaper and website La Libre (Belgique).
21 Aug. 2018 -
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.