Lagardère Entertainment launches Lagardère Entertainment Digital (L.E.D.) and Names Rémi Tereszkiewicz to Head
Archives Lagardère Active
Paris, April 8, 2014
France’s leading audiovisual production group Lagardère Entertainment (a subsidiary of Lagardère Active) has created a division at the convergence of two worlds: television and new media. LED’s objective is to develop a digital strategy for France’s leading audiovisual production group.
Rémi Tereszkiewicz, Director of LED, will be in charge of promoting and developing digital opportunities alongside producers at Lagardère Entertainment, and building an ecosystem of partners to develop these offers. To meet the expectations of our broadcast partners, Rémi will also have to provide initiatives for enhancing programs to include a range of multiscreen options, and building communities around our leading brands.
“LED is a fantastic opportunity for Lagardère Entertainment to demonstrate its ability to shift paradigms—from producing content destined for home viewing, valued by our linear clients, to the individually-tailored offers driving the digital world,” says Takis Candilis, President of Lagardère Entertainment. “I have placed my utmost confidence in Rémi Tereszkiewicz to carry out this task and lead our productions into these new territories. It’s a fascinating adventure open to producers today and LE should explore every opportunity available in this new world.”
“I am honored and excited to share my experience with the group’s talent,” says Rémi
Tereszkiewicz – Head of LED: “Telling stories well, producing passion and emotion—now more than ever these are essential in addressing new ways of consuming video content, and they are part of Lagardère Entertainment’s greatest strengths.”
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About Rémi Tereszkiewicz, Director of LED (Lagardère Entertainment Digital)
A graduate of the Ecole Centrale de Marseille and ESSEC Business School, Rémi Tereszkiewicz began his career in 1994 at Eurosport, developing the channel’s offshore productions and interactive services. In 2003 he joined Monaco Telecom to launch the Principality’s internet and multimedia services before joining Netgem in 2005 as Director of Sales & Marketing. There he led the creation and launching of numerous TV services as well as developing B2B and B2C VOD platforms following the purchase of Glowria and Videofutur, for which he was named Executive Vice President. A pioneer in OTT and SVOD services, he specializes in new uses in television, namely multiscreen and premium programming.
About Lagardère Entertainment :
Founded in 2008, Lagardère Entertainment (Lagardère Active company) manages all of the Lagardère group’s film and television production. Lagardère Entertainment is France’s leading film and television producer (fiction, entertainment programming) with GMT, DEMD, Image & Compagnie, Merlin, Aubes, and Ango for productions in French; Atlantique Productions for international productions; Maximal, Carson, Angel, 909 Productions, Electron Libre, Réservoir Prod , Telmondis Productions, Léo Vision, Add-On Factory and Tempora.prod for non-scripted programming; and Lagardère Entertainment Rights, Telmondis Distribution, and les Editions Musicales François 1er for rights and distribution.
Lagardère Entertainment is now a major player in the production and management of artistic content. Its leading programs include, Josephine Guardian Angel, C Dans l’Air, Nos Chers Voisins, Mafiosa, Borgia, Jo, Clem, Céline Dion le grand show, Pep’s, Toute une histoire, Les chansons d'abord, Caïn, the International Circus Festival of Monte-Carlo, PolitiqueS, the Concert pour la Tolérance, C Politique, Recherche appartement ou maison, Vaugand, Foster Family, the Concert of Paris, the island of truth, In ze boite, Maison à vendre and the series The Transporter.
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