Press Release creation of a CoDir

NETIA enters a new phase with the appointment of a new CEO and the creation of a CoDir.

NETIA, a leading publisher of enterprise software for radio and podcast professionals, is preparing for the future by appointing a new CEO and forming a Management Committee (CoDir). This strategic move is aimed at nurturing a new generation of leaders intimately connected to the field, from users to developers. This move will strengthen the expertise and accountability of NETIA's teams, facilitating a collaborative environment to better target, together with its customers and partners, the continued success of audio.

Towards the end of 2022, NETIA launched a think tank aimed at co-constructing a new governance structure. This innovative initiative stems from the company’s aspiration to proactively prepare for the future, while providing growth and skill-building opportunities to dedicated and resilient employees who have showcased their commitment over the years.

Through in-depth discussions, the working group members successfully formulated a comprehensive proposal for the establishment of a Management Committee (CoDir). This extensive analysis delved into the operational aspects of the future CoDir, ultimately identifying individuals with proven expertise, enthusiasm, motivation, and alignment with NETIA’s strategic vision and values. These contributors have emerged as highly qualified candidates to contribute to the CoDir’s responsibilities.

In mid-May, the Board of Directors appointed a group of talented managers with extensive experience in the radio ecosystem within NETIA to the CoDir. The newly appointed members, Moira Barry, Jean-Philippe Carrico, Simon Leibovici, Alexandre Martinez, and Frédérick Monge, will collectively make operational decisions for NETIA. They will also actively contribute to shaping the company’s global strategy, ensuring its growth, and staying connected to the realities in the field.

At the end of May, Simon Leibovici’s appointment as Managing Director of NETIA has been confirmed. In addition to managing operations, he will lead the CoDir. With his extensive experience and deep knowledge of the audio sector, Mr. Leibovici will provide a strategic vision and exceptional skills to support NETIA’s renewal and drive it towards new opportunities.

The decision to transition to a new generation of managers is essential for the ongoing success of NETIA, considering the impressive achievements made over the past 5 years under the guidance of Mr. Bruno Tézenas du Montcel. Initially serving as Chief Customer Officer and later as Chairman and CEO, Mr. Tézenas du Montcel has played a crucial role in restoring NETIA’s prosperity. To ensure a seamless transition, Mr. Tézenas du Montcel will continue as Chairman of NETIA and provide his supportive and high expectations to the CoDir team.

Comme l’indique le Président Bruno Tézenas du Montcel : “Les administrateurs de NETIA et sa société mère Radio Act se réjouissent de cette étape clé qui renforce la capacité de l’entreprise à demeurer durablement un éditeur spécialiste des systèmes métiers pour l’industrie audio, offrant à ses acteurs l’opportunité de constituer des partenariats technologiques fiables sur le long terme.” Le développement de cette nouvelle équipe de direction, composée de professionnels passionnés et expérimentés, témoigne de l’engagement de toutes les parties prenantes à accompagner les clients de NETIA dans la transformation de leur écosystème.


Press release NETIA & LA RTBF

NETIA and the RTBF (Radio Télévision belge de la Communauté Francophone) formed a cross-functional team for a friendly and productive work week!

A studious week on strategic operational issues: this was the program of the team of employees from NETIA and the RTBF from 16th to 20th January 2023.An initiative which highlights NETIA’s commitment to reinventing its specialized radio and audio software solutions with those that use it, to accompany the most ambitious and innovative customer projects.

NETIA, a company specialised in the design of automation and audio broadcasting software for radio stations, is proud to announce the progress of its partnership with the RTBF (Radio-Télévision belge de la Communauté Francophone).  A friendly but productive week held at the RTBF from 16th to 20th January 2023, allowed the co-construction of an action plan which illustrates NETIA’s ability to adapt its expertise to all customers projects.

NETIA teams like to work in agile mode. They have the ability to adapt quickly to changes in their customers’ needs, involving them in a shared engineering process to obtain the right results. “We believe in collective intelligence to bring out the best ideas, and this week of work with the RTBF teams was an opportunity to put this conviction into practice,” said Bruno Tezenas du Montcel, NETIA CEO.

During these working days with the RTBF, the NETIA team expects to identify several means of rapid progress, known as ‘quick wins’ to improve existing workflows. “We will also be working on medium- to long-term projects, such as the ambitious new RTBF building. This project represents a important challenge owing to the major innovations that are planned, and NETIA is of course ready to play a full role in contributing to its technical design,” said Bruno Tezenas du Montcel, NETIA CEO.

This partnership, the result of a newfound trust, is already beneficial for both parties. It allows NETIA’s ability to adapt to customer challenges to be fully expressed.

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Changes to menus in RadioAssist 8.4

Changes to menus in Radioassist 8.4

Below is an overview of some of the new menu items. However, the new release available next month, has many other features that will be of interest, such as AAF export, asynchronous mastering, audio resource selection, and SQL cluster mode.