John de Mol is planning to be in 2019, a news service to launch. In addition, he is considering a move of The Voice of Holland to SBS, which is currently on RTL’s broadcast.
The mediamagnaat, earlier this year, news agency ANP took over, wants to compete with the current online news services.
The Mole told Wednesday evening in the news Peacock next year-a news organization is going to create its idea of “going to meet new conditions and requirements that you as a consumer today”.
“Now, if I’m on my mobile read and watch the news, there should also Talpa Network between standing,” said The Mole. In addition to an online service, there are also plans to the news on radio and television.
The Mole wants The Voice to SBS get
The Mol confirmed in Peacock also once again that he is currently The Voice of Holland to SBS to pick up. However, that is still not around. Currently, there are legal conversations about the fed, according to the mediamagnaat.
“I would like The Voice to bring to SBS. And or that can? That you must get to the 44 lawyers of Talpa and RTL in there are doing now.”
That the viewer, SBS is still not very know, had The Mole previously anticipated. He is working on a plan to use the transmitter in the coming years to strengthen. “SBS6 should be somewhere between NPO1 and RTL 4 in. It still takes two to three years.”
Talpa Network took ANP in march about
In march it became known that The Mols company Talpa Network ANP took over. He sees in the news a great significance for all Dutch media companies, he at the time know.
“As it is known, wants to Talpa Network to grow into a large and modern crossmediabedrijf on the Dutch market”, he said. “With the acquisition of the ANP we add independent and reliable news. I am very happy with it.”
In addition to the ANP includes, among others, the photo service Hollandse Hoogte, Radio 538, Radio 10, Sky Radio and the various SBS services under the Talpa Network.
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