UER - UNION EUROPEENNE DE RADIO-TELEVISION

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PO Box 45
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GENEVE  (Suisse)
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Mme Ingrid Deltenre, Directrice générale
Ingrid Deltenre took up the position of EBU Director General on 1 January 2010. The European Broadcasting Union is an association of 74 primarily public service radio and TV broadcasters in 56 countries. Acting on behalf of its Members, the EBU, more widely known as EUROVISION, acquires sports and music rights, produces sports and news programmes, coproduces entertainment formats and documentary films, and runs a worldwide satellite and cable network for transmitting live coverage of sports and new events. As an influential professional association at both national and international levels, the EBU strives to achieve the best legal and technical conditions for electronic media. It employs about 400 staff from 44 different countries in its headquarters and subsidiaries. Prior to joining the EBU, Ingrid Deltenre was CEO of Schweizer Fernsehen (SF), the leading public TV broadcaster in the German-speaking region of Switzerland. During her tenure there she successfully redefined the broadcaster's profile, realigned it with its audience, and launched an editorial presence for the internet and mobile platforms. Production facilities were also modernized during this time with the introduction of high definition and file-based production. All sports production was converted to high definition in time for Euro 2008. From 1999 to 2004 she was CEO of Publisuisse, the commercial unit of SRG SSR and the leading marketer of television in Switzerland. Previously Ingrid Deltenre held a variety of executive positions, including at Swisscard AECS and as managing director at CASH, which at the time was Switzerland's leading business weekly. Ingrid Deltenre is a Dutch and Swiss National and speaks Dutch, German, English, French and Italian.
Ingrid Deltenre took up the position of EBU Director General on 1 January 2010. The European Broadcasting Union is an association of 74 primarily public service radio and TV broadcasters in 56 countries. Acting on behalf of its Members, the EBU, more widely known as EUROVISION, acquires sports and music rights, produces sports and news programmes, coproduces entertainment formats and documentary films, and runs a worldwide satellite and cable network for transmitting live coverage of sports and new events. As an influential professional association at both national and international levels, the EBU strives to achieve the best legal and technical conditions for electronic media. It employs about 400 staff from 44 different countries in its headquarters and subsidiaries. Prior to joining the EBU, Ingrid Deltenre was CEO of Schweizer Fernsehen (SF), the leading public TV broadcaster in the German-speaking region of Switzerland. During her tenure there she successfully redefined the broadcaster's profile, realigned it with its audience, and launched an editorial presence for the internet and mobile platforms. Production facilities were also modernized during this time with the introduction of high definition and file-based production. All sports production was converted to high definition in time for Euro 2008. From 1999 to 2004 she was CEO of Publisuisse, the commercial unit of SRG SSR and the leading marketer of television in Switzerland. Previously Ingrid Deltenre held a variety of executive positions, including at Swisscard AECS and as managing director at CASH, which at the time was Switzerland's leading business weekly. Ingrid Deltenre is a Dutch and Swiss National and speaks Dutch, German, English, French and Italian.
L'Union Européenne de Radio-Télévision (UER), qui est la plus grande alliance de médias de service public (MSP) dans le monde, compte 73 Membres dans 56 pays, qui exploitent 781 services de télévision et 1049 services de radio diffusés dans 123 langues à l’intention d’un public potentiel de 1,03 milliard de personnes. L’UER compte également 34 Affliés en Asie, en Afrique et sur le continent américain. Parmi nos activités figurent l'EUROVISION et l'EURORADIO.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is the world’s leading alliance of public service media (PSM). We serve 73 Members in 56 countries that run over 780 TV and 1040 radio services and broadcast in 123 languages to a potential audience of 1.03 billion people. An additional 34 Associates operate in Asia, Africa and the Americas. The EBU operates EUROVISION and EURORADIO.









     

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