Our Mission

MESA Europe is proud to represent those companies charged with advancing the efficient creation, production and distribution of content, across all distribution platforms and formats.

The MESA Mission

  • To support service providers in building efficiencies in the creation, production and distribution of media and entertainment.
  • To foster end-to-end collaboration among entertainment service providers, their customers and trading partners.
  • To promote its members and provide face-to-face meeting opportunities.
  • To provide tangible benefits to members including: media, events, industry advocacy and collaborative work groups.

The Mission in Europe

To support all of the above, plus….

  • To build a strong communication and co-operation path between European and US based organisations involved in the creation, production and distribution of entertainment content.
  • To create strong national groups in the leading market territories of Europe in order to ensure local interests and needs are fully supported.
  • To create a strong voice for a number of special interest groups within the industry, helping to co-ordinate communication and industrywide collaborative initiatives.
  • To bring together and work with like-minded associations and industry groups to ensure maximum impact.

Latest Headlines

  • France: 30% have used SVOD in last year (Advanced Television)

    Published October 18, 2018

    According to the last SVOD Barometer conducted by Médiamétrie, 30 per cent of French online users aged six years and older used an SVOD service during the past 12 months, which is 10 points higher than in December 2017. This means that an estimated 13.6 million people watch series, films, documentaries or cartoons via a […]

  • Novator makes bet on V-Nova (Rapid TV News)

    Published October 18, 2018

    V-Nova has successfully closed a funding round with Novator Partners in a deal that also sees the London-based investment company’s chairman Thor Björgólfsson join the leading video compression solutions firm’s board. The investment in V-Nova, for which no specific figure has been released but is said to amount to multi-millions of pounds, will see use […]

  • 4K TV production smoothed with dock10 network (TVB Europe)

    Published October 18, 2018

    UK TV television facility dock10, has announced a major investment to build a new broadcast network to support the future of television production. Incorporating innovative technology and design, this network is being developed around the demands of next-generation media and workflows, specifically 4K UHD, HDR and VR and AR. Connected to the new 200Gbps network […]

  • dock10 invests in Ultra High Definition and HDR production network (Prolific North)

    Published October 18, 2018

    dock10 is rolling out a 200Gbps high speed broadcast network to support the next generation of 4K and HDR (high dynamic range) production. The network will link its 10 television studios, galleries and post-production operations. dock10 CEO Mark Senior explained: “At dock10 we are passionate about delivering the highest possible standards, and alongside developing our […]

  • Ross Video partners with Studio Network Solutions (4rfV)

    Published October 18, 2018

    Ross Video has partnered with Studio Network Solutions (SNS) and unveiled an exclusive line of storage products. The Ross EVO Signature Series is designed and built by SNS exclusively for Ross Video, and will be integrated into Ross news, live event, playout, and asset management solutions. The EVO Signature Series will further extend Ross Video’s […]

  • Clear Sky Initiative leads piracy fight (Broadband TV News)

    Published October 18, 2018

    Almost two in three Ukrainians (59%) are unwilling to pay for legal content on the internet, according to the head of Clear Sky Initiative Kateryna Fedorova. Over a quarter (27%) say will not do so because they may find it for free. Speaking at the International Content Protection Summit 2018 in Warsaw, Fedorova added that […]

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