Lumina Updates

PLACEMENT | Péter Koltai, Paramount Home Entertainment

    Péter Koltai has been appointed Vice President of Digital Distribution for Paramount Home Entertainment, based in Budapest, Hungary after an extensive search by Lumina. Joining one of the major US movie studios, Péter will be responsible for the digital revenue activities in Hungary, Italy, Israel, Japan and South Korea. Managing negotiations and customer relationships, Péter

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    THOUGHT | The Rise of the Chief Content Officer

      In May 2017, it was announced that major US streaming service Hulu had appointed a new Chief Content Officer. The company’s search for the role was well-publicised and the industry waited eagerly to scrutinise this high-profile appointment. In the end, AMC Networks’ President of Original Programming and Development, Joel Stillerman, was declared as Hulu’s pick

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      THOUGHT | VR adoption remains slow

        Virtual reality has continued to attract investment in the past year since we covered the topic last – click here to read that article. While the investment is high, recent surveys have discovered that uptake for VR technology is slow, just 4% of the UK population has access to a VR headset. With VR attempting

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        EVENT | Steve Hewlett Memorial Lecture Report

          Lumina rounded off September with a poignant look back at one of the true giants of the UK broadcast industry – Steve Hewlett – who died earlier this year after a very public battle with cancer. The lecture hall at the University of Westminster was packed with both senior media executives who had worked alongside

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          EVENT | RTS Futures: Breaking into Broadcasting

            On Tuesday 26th September, Lumina was pleased to once again visit Horseferry Road, home to Channel 4, for a fantastic RTS Futures panel event. In the presence of the UK media sector’s emerging young talent, five executives from across the major broadcasters took to the stage to discuss how they broke into the world of

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            THOUGHT | The potential homes to Channel 4

              When the Channel 4 move was brought up at the RTS Cambridge Convention, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport had carried out surveys to gauge the public opinion on the matter. It asked the following question: To what extent do you agree/disagree that C4’s regional impact would be enhanced if more of its people

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              EVENT | RTS Cambridge Convention 2017 Report

                Over the course of three days, the Royal Television Society’s (RTS) annual convention took place in Cambridge with several high-profile keynote speeches, including James Murdoch (21st Century Fox), Karen Bradley MP (Secretary of State) and Sir David Clementi (BBC Chairman). As proud patrons of the RTS, Lumina was fortunate to attend the event and we

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                EVENT | RTS Cambridge Convention: Channel 4 set to relocate

                  One of the top stories in the industry, which has been gently simmering away, but at the recent RTS Cambridge Convention – which Lumina attended – the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport announced the government’s plans to forward the Channel 4 relocation process. March 2017 saw the unexpected news that the

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                  EVENT | RTS: In Conversation with Peter Kosminsky at Channel 4 HQ

                    On Wednesday 30th August, Lumina attended the iconic Channel 4 headquarters in Horseferry Road for a very prestigious event by the Royal Television Society. Fresh from the critical acclaim of his most recent C4 series The State, writer & director Peter Kosminsky spoke to Channel 4 journalist Fatima Manji about his oeuvre, his life and

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                    PLACEMENT | Peter Rajki, Motion Picture Licensing Company

                      Lumina is pleased to announce the placement of Peter Rajki as VP Europe at Motion Picture Licensing Company (MPLC), the non-theatrical copyright licensing agency representing over 900 producers and content-owners. Peter will play a key role in the continuing growth of MPLC and  will oversee the day-to-day running of the company’s diverse European territories. He’ll

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