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Thomas Donoghue | MEDIAGENIX

Tom Donoghue joins MEDIAGENIX to support continuing growth

- Tom Donoghue

Tom Donoghue has joined MEDIAGENIX as Business Development and Account Manager. Focussing on the UK, Ireland, the Middle East and South Africa, he will help support and continue the strong growth and internationalisation of the increasingly diverse MEDIAGENIX customer base and projects.

MEDIAGENIX to open own branch in America


Press release of 12 July 2018 The Belgian software company is looking for 30 employees in order to keep up with growth Groot-Bijgaarden, 12 July 2018 – The Belgian company MEDIAGENIX is currently starting up its own American branch in Fort Lauderdale. After Europe and Asia, America is next. In 2016, MEDIAGENIX won the Belgian ‘Export Lion’ and ‘Promising Business…
Dirk Debraekeleer | MEDIAGENIX

The manager behind your screens


The July 2018 edition of Trends, the Flemish ecconomics and finance magazine, features an interview with MEDIAGENIX CEO Dirk Debraekeleer about our new Americas office in Fort Lauderdale and the fact that MEDIAGENIX is reinforcing the team with 30 new members to support ongoing international growth. As the article is obviously in Dutch, here are some highlights in English: Streaming…
Broadcast Asia - vStudio

Johan Vanmarcke about the media industry trends


During the last BroadcastAsia, Johan Vanmarcke gave a short interview on virtual studio set up by Asia-Pacific Broadcasting (APB). He shared is views about the key trends in the media industry...

WHATS’ON meets need for content-centric media operations

- Michel Beke

Content may be king, but the viewer is definitely calling the shots, certainly now that the internet giants have endowed them with even greater power. This has pushed media companies to start re-inventing themselves. Putting their compelling content on the viewer-preferred digital, on demand or linear platforms, they are seeking to provide all means for the viewer to connect with their content and their brand. 

WHATS’ON Academy on Reporting


On Wednesday 16 May trainer Willem had a full house for his Master Class on Reporting in WHATS'ON. During this basic training the participants discovered the vast WHATS'ON reporting capabilities. Communication and efficiency improve substantially when users have such easy acces to the data they need.

WHATS’ON Academy on LAVA


The participants of the Master Class on LAVA (Brussels, 19 April) were poised on the edge of their seats as trainer Jelena showed them the ropes of the single toolset for planning content on both VoD and linear delivery platforms. They went through the workflow of scheduling stand-alone and catch-up transmissions, preparing the destination materials and finally publishing the content. LAVA is about having the best of both worlds, VoD and Linear, in a single toolset, as on-demand services and linear broadcasting dovetail in today's content-centric media world.
Consolidation & WHATS'ON - A match made in the cloud

Consolidation & WHATS’ON: a match made in the Cloud


Judging by the recent mergers, acquisitions and vertical integrations, there are more drivers behind the accelerated consolidation in the media market than increasing efficiencies: the scuffle for more leverage in negotiations over exhibition rights, for instance, or the struggle to secure content production or distribution channels ...

UR live with WHATS’ON


Birgit, Jelena, Lieven, Erwin, Wannes and Peter (taking the picture) surfing on the waves of success in Sweden as UR (Sveriges Utbildningsradio) went live with WHATS’ON. The Swedish public-service educational broadcasting company produces and broadcasts educational and general knowledge programmes on radio and TV channels, and has a VoD catalogue of more than 11,000 programmes available across several platforms.  

WHATS’ON Academy on Rights


All seats were taken for our Master Class on Rights & Contracts in WHATS’ON. Key users from various sites came to Brussels to learn the ins and outs of the WHATS’ON Contract & Rights module. This module enables media companies to easily manage very complex linear and nonlinear rights across platforms and have their planning/schedules automatically validated against the rights and restrictions described in the module. By knowing the real-time value of their schedule and the programmes in stock, they can minimise waste and monitor their budget and cash flow with amortization plans and payment schedules. As the Master Class took place on Pi Day (March 14 = 3.14), we treated the participants to … pie.

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