Kerstin Roost - Strategic Marketing & Public Relations Director

Kerstin Roost

Kerstin Roost is Strategic Marketing & Public Relations Director at Newtec.  Based in Luxembourg, Kerstin has 18 years experience in the IT, media and satellite communications industry with cross-function expertise in strategic PR & communications, marketing, sales, customer support and engineering.

Before joining Newtec's global marketing and sales team, Kerstin started to work for Newtec in 2004, first as software and support engineer for its Berlin division in Germany in the TCP/IP software team (Tellitec Engineering), and later as marketing manager for the related software and solutions.

Kerstin holds an Multimedia Engineering degree from University of Technology, Business and Design in Wismar, Germany. 

Kerstin is a complimentary individual member of the World Teleport Association (WTA) and in the driving board of EUsatcom, the European Professional Satellite Association.

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Newtec in 30 seconds

Video 7.6.2017

Who is Newtec? What are our main focus markets? Where are our local offices?

M7 Group Boosts Broadcast Efficiency with Newtec

Press release 23.5.2017

Award-winning Newtec MCX7000 Multi-Carrier Satellite Gateway will further improve M7 Group’s broadcasts ensuring high video quality for European viewers via Media Broadcast Satellite GmbH’s uplink in Usingen, Germany

Televisa Powered by Newtec Technology

Press release 18.5.2017

Award-winning MCX7000 Multi-Carrier Satellite Gateway was deployed in nationwide end-to-end primary distribution network which enables six HD channels for largest media company in Spanish speaking countries

Advanced (IP) Newsgathering

Article 24.4.2017

Traditionally, live coverage of outside broadcast events was expensive and logistically cumbersome. Meanwhile, satellite technology also advanced; And newsgathering itself evolved dramatically. Read more here...

SatellitePro: Oilfields of the Future

Newtec in the press 5.4.2017

The slump in oil prices has caused the industry to drastically trim its operational force. Satellite connectivity is not something to skimp on, Kevin explains why.