The shareholders of Euronews have appointed Paolo Garimberti, current chairman of RAI, as the new chairman of the supervisory board and Michael Peters as the new CEO.
Philippe Cayla has been appointed chairman of Euronews Development and member of the supervisory board of Euronews.
Garimberti succeeds Pier Luigi Malesani.
Michael Peters, until now the managing director of Euronews, was appointed CEO. He succeeds Philippe Cayla.
The supervisory board also appointed as new members of the executive board, led by Michael Peters: Lucian Sârb, director of news and programmes, Cécile Leveaux, technical director and Olivier de Montchenu, sales director and managing director of Euronews Sales.
Pier Luigi Malesani remains a full member of the supervisory board.
The supervisory board also decided to create a new subsidiary for Euronews, known as Euronews Development, which will be led by Philippe Cayla. The mission of this new entity will be to provide Euronews SA with media business development services. Philippe Cayla has also been appointed to the supervisory board. (The picture shows Michael Peters)