Atresmedia

Coordinates: 40°33′18″N 3°37′05″W / 40.555°N 3.618°W

Atresmedia Corporación de Medios de Comunicación, S.A.
Atresmedia
Sociedad Anónima
Traded asBMADA3TV (2005-07)
IndustryMass media
FoundedSan Sebastián de los Reyes, Spain (7 June 1988)
Headquarters,
Area served
Nationwide
Key people
  • José Manuel Lara Bosch, President
  • Silvio González, CEO
ServicesTelevision, radio, online, advertising
RevenueIncrease € 1,021 million (2016)[1]
Decrease € 651 million (2009)
Increase € 129.152 million (2016)[2]
Total equity€ 158,334,600.00 (2006)
Number of employees
1,408
SubsidiariesUniprex, Antena 3 Films, Antena 3 Multimedia, Atres Advertising, A3 Eventos
Websitegrupoantena3.com

Atresmedia Corporación de Medios de Comunicación, S.A., previously Grupo Antena 3, is a Spanish media group, present in the television, radio and cinema industries. Significant shareholders include Planeta DeAgostini and RTL Group.

On 6 March 2013 Grupo Antena 3 was renamed Atresmedia, thereby Antena 3 de Televisión changed to Atresmedia Televisión.[3][4]

Divisions

Television

Atresmedia operates several channels through Atresmedia Televisión of which Antena 3 and laSexta are the flagship channels. In addition to these channels, Atresmedia Televisión operates three other national terrestrial channels - Neox, Nova and Mega. Until 5 May 2014 Xplora, Nitro, laSexta3 were also broadcast. In December 2015, Atresmedia Televisión started to air Atreseries, an HD national terrestrial channel centered on fiction TV series.

Logo Channel Emissions start Image format
Antena 3 (2017)
Antena 3
General channel.
25 January 1990 SD
Also available in High Definition.
La Sexta (A3M)
La Sexta
General channel.
27 March 2006 SD
Also available in High Definition.
Neox
Neox
Entertainment channel.
30 November 2005 SD
Also available in High Definition, in Vodafone TV with TiVo.
Nova
Nova
Entertainment channel.
30 November 2005 SD
Also available in High Definition, in Vodafone TV with TiVo.
MEGA
Mega
Entertainment channel.
1 July 2015 SD
Also available in High Definition, in Vodafone TV with TiVo.
AtreseriesLogo
Atreseries
Entertainment channel.
22 December 2015 High Definition
Ant3HD2017
Antena 3 HD
General channel.
28 August 2010 High Definition
Also available in SD.
LaSexta HD Logo 2016
laSexta HD
General channel.
1 November 2010 High Definition
Also available in SD.
Neox HD
Entertainment channel
1 December 2015 High Definition
Also available in SD.
Nova HD
Entertainment channel
1 December 2015 High Definition
Also available in SD.
Mega HD
Entertainment channel.
1 December 2015 High Definition
Also available in SD.

Radio

Atresmedia operates three radio stations through Atresmedia Radio - Onda Cero, Europa FM and Melodía FM.

Film

Atresmedia Cine is the division responsible for producing film content.

Publishing

Atresmedia Publicidad is the division responsible for producing advertising material.

Event Management

Atresmedia Eventos is the division responsible for management of public events.

Web Content

Atresmedia Digital is the division responsible for management of internet content.

Corporate affairs

Headquarters

Antena 3's corporate headquarters are located on the outskirts of Madrid, in the municipality of San Sebastián de los Reyes. The building complex covers 94,000 m2 (1,010,000 sq ft).[5]

Chairmen

  • 1989–1992: Javier Godó
  • 1992–1997: Antonio Asensio
  • 1997–2001: José María Mas Millet
  • 2001–2003: Enrique Álvarez
  • 2003–2015: José Manuel Lara Bosch
  • 2015–present: José Creuheras

Shareholding

The majority shareholders of Atresmedia are Grupo Planeta-DeAgostini, S.L. (44.54%) and UFA Film-und Fernsehn GmbH (20.49%).

References

  1. ^ "Atresmedia 2016 financial statement" (PDF). atresmediacorporacion.com. Atresmedia. Retrieved 10 January 2018.
  2. ^ "Atresmedia 2016 financial statement" (PDF). atresmediacorporacion.com. Atresmedia. Retrieved 10 January 2018.
  3. ^ El Grupo Antena 3 ahora es ATRESMEDIA
  4. ^ El Grupo Antena 3 se convierte en Atresmedia
  5. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 25 March 2012. Retrieved 17 July 2010.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)

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Financial
Ana Pastor García

Ana Pastor García (born December 9, 1977 in Madrid, Spain) is a Spanish journalist and anchorwoman.

Antena 3

Antena 3 may refer to:

Antena 3 (Portugal), a national radio channel produced by the Portuguese public broadcasting entity Rádio e Televisão de Portugal

Antena 3 (Romania), a Romanian television channel owned by Intact Media Group

Atresmedia, previously Grupo Antena 3, a Spanish media group, present in the television, radio and cinema industries

Antena 3 (Spain), a television channel

Antena 3 Canarias, a defunct television channel that broadcasts to the Canary Islands

Antena 3 Noticias, a news program

Antena 3 Radio, defunct radio station

Antena 3 (Spain)

Antena 3 is a Spanish terrestrial television channel owned by Atresmedia which also owns Onda Cero, one of Spain's most listened to radio stations. Its current headquarters are located in San Sebastián de los Reyes, near Madrid. Antena 3 is listed as the third channel on television sets throughout Spain, except certain autonomous communities where the autonomous television station occupies channel 3.

It was originally launched on 25 January 1988 as Canal 10 España, but that channel was closed down on 1 September 1988 that same year. Later, the following year, it was replaced by a new channel called Antena 3 which was launched on Christmas Day, 25 December 1989 when it began test transmissions, and then later, it commenced its official broadcasts throughout Spain exactly one month later on 25 January 1990 with a programme fronted by journalist Miguel Ángel Nieto, thus becoming Spain's first nationwide private television station; before this, RTVE had a state monopoly.

Some of the most popular programmes broadcast by Antena 3 include Aquí no hay quien viva, Física o Química, El Barco, Los Protegidos, Los Simpson and El Internado. Some of its programmes, such as Física o Química and Tu cara me suena gained international success and many duplicate programmes were produced worldwide.

Atreseries

Atreseries is a Spanish television channel owned by Atresmedia Corporación which was released on 22 December 2015.Atreseries release historical TV series in Antena 3 and La Sexta, and films. It shows Allí abajo, Aquí no hay quien viva, Compañeros, Covert Affairs, Crimen en el paraíso, Cuerpo de élite, El amor está en el aire, El barco, El internado, El síndrome de Ulises, Fiscal Chase, Física o química, La familia Mata, La tira, Looking, Los hombres de Paco, Los protegidos, Me resbala, Ninja Warrior, Rizzoli & Isles, Se ha escrito un crimen, Sorpresa ¡Sorpresa! and The Listener.

De Agostini

De Agostini S.p.A. is an Italian holding company that coordinates the strategic operating companies - De Agostini Editore, De Agostini Communications, IGT and DeA Capital - and makes financial investments, among which the main investment is a minority stake in Assicurazioni Generali. It was founded in 1901 by the geographer Giovanni De Agostini in Rome, Italy, and later moved to Novara, Italy.

Europa FM (Spain)

Europa FM is a Spanish musical radio station part of the Atresmedia media group. It is based in Barcelona, and it broadcasts throughout Spain on various frequencies. It was launched in 1996 and currently targets the audience between 18-35 (previously 18-55).Roughly 60% of its programming is radiofórmula (that's to say, the music-heavy programme with limited interruption) of pop and pop-rock hits from 2000 to the present, to which are added various other programs such as Levántate y Cárdenas, Europa Baila, Te La Vas a Ganar, ¿Me Pones? and Sésion Chill-Out. In 2015, Europa FM became the third most listened to music station in Spain, behind LOS40 and Cadena Dial. It is currently the fourth most listened to thematic radio station in the country with 1,305,000 listeners, according to the 3rd survey of EGM in 2018. It can be tuned through FM, DTT, internet and application for mobile devices.

LaSexta

laSexta (Spanish pronunciation: [la ˈse(k)sta], "The Sixth") is the sixth nationwide broadcast television station in Spain. It is privately owned and was originally founded on 18 March 2001 as Beca TV that began broadcasting on 1 April 2001, that same year. By 21 July 2003, the channel ran into liquidation and was closed down for good, but two years later in 2005, it was replaced by a new channel called laSexta that began test transmissions on 25 November 2005, and a year later, it started broadcasting officially on 27 March 2006. The channel's programming is generalist, however, there is an emphasis on humour and entertainment. The channel is also known for its large quantity of American and sports programming, and in the last years, it's becoming more and more acknowledged due to the wide covering of political events, such as elections, which include extensive debate through 3 key programmes: Al rojo vivo (Red-hot), El objetivo (The lens) and Salvados (Saved). The political alignment of its news and debate programs is left-wing.In 2012 the channel was acquired by Grupo Antena 3, currently named Atresmedia Televisión.

La Sexta 3

laSexta 3 was a Spanish television channel, owned and operated by Atresmedia. It was founded and started to broadcast on 2010. La Sexta 3 currently broadcasts in Spanish. Since 2012 it only broadcast cinema.

La Voz (Spanish TV series)

La Voz (Spanish for The Voice) is a Spanish reality talent show that premiered on 19 September 2012 on Telecinco. It is part of the international syndication The Voice based on the original Dutch television program The Voice of Holland, created by Dutch television producer John de Mol.One of the important premises of the show is the quality of the singing talent. Four coaches, themselves popular performing artists, train the talents in their group and occasionally perform with them. Talents are selected in blind auditions, where the coaches cannot see, but only hear the audition.

The series was originally hosted by Jesús Vázquez, with Tania Llasera as social media correspondent. The original judging panel consisted of David Bisbal, Rosario Flores, Malú and Melendi as the four coaches. In the second season, Antonio Orozco replaced Melendi. In the third season, Alejandro Sanz and Laura Pausini replaced David Bisbal and Rosario Flores. In the fourth season Melendi, absent since the first season, and Manuel Carrasco replaced Antonio Orozco and Laura Pausini. In the fifth season Alejandro Sanz and Melendi were replaced by Juanes and Pablo López.

In 2018, the series was acquired by Atresmedia. Pablo López will continue as coach, Antonio Orozco will return after a two-season hiatus, and Luis Fonsi and Paulina Rubio will join the panel.

List of radio stations in Spain

This is a list of radio stations broadcast in Spain.

Mega (Spanish TV channel)

Mega is a Spanish television channel owned by Atresmedia. Its programming is aimed towards a male audience.

The network is available on digital terrestrial television (TDT as it is known in Spain) as well as cable and satellite.

Neox (TV channel)

Neox (formerly Antena.Neox) is a Spanish television channel run by Atresmedia Televisión.

Generally, the channel shows children's programming during the morning, and films and series for youngsters during the evening and night. The channel is geared towards children and a teenage audience, and international successful series, such as Family Guy, How I Met Your Mother, Two and a Half Men, The Middle and Modern Family. It also builds on Antena 3's most popular programming, such as The Simpsons and The Goldbergs. The channel is available on digital terrestrial television (TDT as it is known in Spain) as well as cable and satellite.

Neox Fan Awards

The Neox Fan Awards were presented annually between 2012 and 2015 by Spanish media group Atresmedia in association with The Coca-Cola Company, being Fanta the main sponsor of the awards. The aim was to create awards dedicated to the teenage audience in a similar style to that of the MTV Video Music Awards or Fox's Teen Choice Awards. The show was aired on Atresmedia's teen-oriented channel Neox.

Nitro (TV channel)

Nitro was a Spanish television channel owned by Atresmedia. Its programming was aimed towards a male audience.

Nova (TV channel)

Nova is a Spanish television channel operated by Atresmedia. The network runs 24 hours a day in the Spanish language. The service is aimed at women and the schedule reflects that. Normally during the day, lifestyle programmes like cookery are screened. During the evening films and some series are shown while around midnight, Poker is screened. The network is available on digital terrestrial television (TDT as it is known in Spain) as well as cable and satellite.

Onda Cero

Onda Cero is Spain's number two radio station, part of Atresmedia media group.

Some of its programs are these:

Más de uno,

La Brújula,

Julia en la Onda,

Noticias Mediodía,

Te doy mi palabra,

Radioestadio,

Gente Viajera,

Noticias Fin de Semana.

Television in Spain

Television in Spain was launched in October 1956, when the state broadcaster Televisión Española (TVE) started regular broadcasts. The first private channels started in 1990. Colour transmissions started in 1972 after two years of test transmissions, with all programming transmitted in color from 1977, and colour commercials, which started in 1978. Currently, television is one of the leading mass media of the country, and by 2008 was in 99.7% of households in Spain according to INE statistics.

Until recently terrestrial television was considered an essential public service. Broadcasting is managed both directly by the State and indirectly, through controlled concessions to private firms. The Audiovisual Law of 2010 changed this by defining radio and television as commercial services that individuals pay for, fostering liberalization within some constraints.

The Refugees (TV series)

The Refugees is a 2015 drama television series created by Ramón Campos, Gema R. Neira, Cristóbal Garrido and Adolfo Valor. The series is a joint production of BBC Worldwide and Atresmedia that premiered on laSexta on 7 May 2015. It shows a rural community faced with millions of refugees from the future seeking shelter in the present.

Xplora

Xplora was a Spanish TV channel owned by Atresmedia. The channel started broadcasting on 1 May 2012, replacing laSexta2 due its low ratings. On 5 May 2014, the channel ceased broadcasting.

Most of its programming were documentaries and reality television.

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Subsidiaries

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