Nástroje zjednodušeného ovládania
II - Interní lobisti a obchodné/podnikové/profesijné združenia
Spoločnosti a skupiny
Boulevard Pierre Frieden, 45
(+352) 2486 0
Avenue des Gaulois, 3
pán Guillaume de Posch and Ms. Anke Schäferkordt
pani Lyn Trytsman-Gray
Senior Vice President European Affairs
With 52 television channels and 29 radio stations in twelve countries, RTL Group is the leading European entertainment network. The Luxembourg-based company operates TV channels and radio stations in Germany, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Spain, Hungary, Croatia and South East Asia. It is one of the world’s leading producers of television content such as talent and game shows, drama, daily soaps and telenovelas, including Idols, Got Talent, The X Factor, Good Times - Bad Times and Family Feud.
RTL Group is also the leading European media company in online video, combining the catch-up services of its broadcasters, the multi-channel networks BroadbandTV and StyleHaul, FremantleMedia's more than 210 YouTube channels and the programmatic video advertising platform SpotXchange.
RTL Group strives to provide its audiences with high quality audiovisual content. We are acutely aware of the special nature of the media business as both an opinion former and information provider, and the responsibilities of a media company toward its communities. Our aim is to offer a broad range of content addressing all of society including both quality information and popular entertainment. The wide range of our activities and initiatives reflects our decentralised corporate structure.
- Review of EU copyright rules
- Review of AVMS Directive
- Connected Continent proposal
- Data protection reform
- Radio Spectrum Policy
- Advertising regulation
Occasional organisation of informal debates on EU policy issues of interest. Participation in events organised by ACT, egta and CreativityWorks! (see below point 12). Regular attendance at events on issues of interest.
Coalition to Make the Internet a Safer Place for Children (2012-present)
- Audiovisual media policy
- Intellectual property and copyright
- Digital agenda
- Information society
100%: 1 75%: 1
Lyn Trytsman-Gray, Senior Vice President European Affairs;
Bernardo Matos, European Affairs Policy Manager
|Meno||Priezvisko||Dátum začatia||Dátum ukončenia|
|Bernardo||DORES MARTINS DE MATOS||30/05/2015||28/05/2016|
|Linda Teresa||TRYTSMAN - GRAY||30/09/2014||26/09/2015|
Association of Commercial Television in Europe (18574111503-28), European Policy Centre (89632641000-47), European Broadcasting Union (93288301615-56), Association of Television and Radio Sales Houses (1977807375-62)
01/2014 - 12/2014
>= 200 000 € a < 299 999 €
Počas posledného uzavretého finančného roku sme nezískali nijaké financovanie od inštitúcií EÚ.
The calculation of costs of activities falling under the scope of the register is made according to the EU's Transparency Register Compliance Guidelines (http://europa.eu/transparency-register/pdf/guideline_en.pdf) and the corresponding guidelines of the Society of European Affairs Professionals (SEAP). It does not include association membership fees as the associations of which RTL Group is a member are registered. Both European Affairs employees are signatories to the SEAP Code of Conduct.
Subjekt registráciou súhlasil s kódexom správania registra transparentnosti.
Subjekt takisto uviedol, že sa zaviazal dodržiavať uvedený kódex:
Both European Affairs employees have subscribed to the code of conduct of the Society of European Affairs Professionals (SEAP) - http://www.seap.be/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Code-of-Conduct.pdf