The opening of Eurovision Labs today represents a strategic shift by Eurovision Services to stay at the forefront of technical innovation in the media industry.
“The media market continues to change. Madrid is known for its software engineering talent and innovative mindset. Therefore, it made sense for us to choose this city to place our new technology hub,” says Marco Tinnirello, CEO of Eurovision Services.
Eurovision Services delivers thousands of hours of content around the world each year. The new team located in Madrid will focus on expanding the company’s software engineering activities to power the next generation of media products and services.
“What’s clear from speaking with our clients is that they need new ways to create value from their content and to reach and engage with audiences on different platforms. Eurovision Labs brings us the ability to develop and expand our digital services portfolio to provide flexibility to our clients, so they can focus on what matters to them – creating truly amazing content,” says Marco Tinnirello, CEO of Eurovision Services.
“We’ve hired some of the best talent out there and I’m confident that the new team will bring an influx of ideas into the company. Our plan is to continue to grow our digital services in line with the new strategy for Eurovision Services, so stay tuned for more opportunities,” says Albert Marti, Head of Eurovision Labs.
Clients, partners and staff will gather together today to watch the historic ribbon cutting ceremony of Eurovision Labs in the new office space in Madrid.