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Coordinates: 40°33′18″N 3°37′05″W / 40.555°N 3.618°W / 40.555; -3.618

Atresmedia Corporación de Medios de Comunicación, S.A.
Trading name Atresmedia
Type Sociedad Anónima
Traded as BMADA3TV (2005-07)
Industry Mass media
Founded San Sebastián de los Reyes, Spain (June 7, 1988 (1988-06-07))
Headquarters San Sebastián de los Reyes, Spain
Area served Nationwide
Key people
  • José Manuel Lara Bosch, President
  • Silvio González, CEO
Services Television, radio, online, advertising
Revenue Decrease million (2009)
Operating income Decrease million (2009)
Net income Decrease million (2009)
Total equity (2006)
  • Grupo Planet-DeAgostini, S.L. (44.54%)
  • UFA Film-und Fernseh GmbH (20.49%)
Employees 1,408
Divisions Atresmedia Televisión, Atresmedia Radio, Atresmedia Cine, Antena 3 Multimedia, Atresmedia Publicidad, Atresmedia Eventos

Atresmedia Corporación de Medios de Comunicación, S.A., previously Grupo Antena 3, is a Spanish media group, present in the television, radio and cinema industries. Significant shareholders include Planeta DeAgostini and RTL Group.

On 6 March 2013 Grupo Antena 3 was renamed Atresmedia, thereby Antena 3 de Televisión changed to Atresmedia Televisión.[1][2]



Atresmedia operates several channels through Atresmedia Televisión of which Antena 3 and laSexta are the flagship channels. In addition to these channels, Atresmedia Televisión operates five other national terrestrial channels - Neox, Nova, Nitro, and laSexta3. Until 5th May 2014 Xplora was also broadcast.


Atresmedia operates three radio stations through Atresmedia Radio - Onda Cero, Europa FM and Melodía FM.


Atresmedia Cine is the division responsible for producing film content.

Corporate affairs[edit]


Grupo Antena 3 (now Atresmedia) headquarters

Antena 3's corporate headquarters are located on the outskirts of Madrid, in the municipality of San Sebastián de los Reyes. The building complex covers 94,000 m2 (1,010,000 sq ft).[3]


  • 1989–1992: Javier Godó
  • 1992–1997: Antonio Asensio
  • 1997–2001: José María Mas Millet
  • 2001–2003: Enrique Álvarez
  • 2003–present: José Manuel Lara Bosch


The majority shareholders of Atresmedia are Grupo Planeta-DeAgostini, S.L. (44.54%) and UFA Film-und Fernseh GmbH (20.49%).


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