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Media press has announced the establishment of media press US, Inc. as well as the appointment of Kathy Weidman as CEO of the new US based subsidiary.
Media press US will service international and North American-based customers providing European metadata and services for 18 countries in 28 languages. Media press’ European metadata services currently reach over 80 million households providing TV, OTT and radio metadata for over 5,300 channels, 880,000 broadcast events per week and 26 million broadcast assets including 9.3 million images with detailed data and descriptions.
Media press group´s US subsidiary will be based in Wayne, Pennsylvania and will bring European metadata services to international and North American customers for content providers, broadcasters, TV operators, OTT services, application services and business intelligence services.
Kris Cechnicki, Chairman of the Board, media press group: “I am so please to have Kathy Weidman lead our efforts in expanding to new markets. Her experience in the metadata industry as well as media press’ 30+ years of experience in the European TV and entertainment metadata business bring a unique opportunity for our continued expansion. We are extremely confident in our ability to bring additional value to the worldwide marketplace. Our highly skilled, localized metadata teams and our cutting edge software solutions will help new clients develop best-in-class services when it comes to the discovery of European content.”