Viacom International Media Networks Northern Europe

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Viacom International Media Networks Northern Europe
Cable television
Headquarters Youth & Music: Stockholm
Comedy: Amsterdam
Kids & Family: Berlin
Area served
Germany/Austria/German speaking Switzerland
Parent Viacom

Viacom International Media Networks Northern Europe is a regional division of Viacom International Media Networks. It operates in the Dutch speaking part of the Benelux (Netherlands, Flanders in Belgium), Germany, Austria, German speaking part of Switzerland, the Nordic (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden), the Baltic (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania), Poland and Ukraine.

The Northern Europe division is run by four main offices: Amsterdam, Berlin, Stockholm and Warsaw. The sales are still done locally.[1]

Comedy division - Amsterdam[edit]

Kids & Family division - Berlin[edit]

Youth & Music division - Stockholm[edit]


On September 16, 2011[1] it was confirmed by Viacom International Media Networks its operations in the Nordic countries, Benelux region and Germany would operate under Viacom International Media Networks Northern Europe. VIMN Northern Europe operates from its central offices in Amsterdam, Stockholm and Berlin. Resulting in job losses at its offices at MTV Networks Benelux in Belgium and the Netherlands. The re-alignment will see all music programming come from its operations in Stockholm. Its Swedish offices operate local channels such as MTV and VH1 within VIMN North European's portfoilio of music channels. All kids and family programming operates from Berlin these include localized versions of Nickelodeon, Nick Jr. and Kindernet. Whilst all the localized Comedy Central channels will be operated from Amsterdam. VIMN North European's portfolio includes the following territories: Austria, Belgium (Flanders), Denmark, Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland (German speaking part). MTV's Amsterdam offices will remain open and will act as the technical play-out hub for the channels as well.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c Clover, Julian (2011-09-16). "MTV Networks North reorganises". Broadband TV News. Retrieved 2013-06-28. 

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