Hans Massart - Market Director Broadcast

Hans Massart

Hans Massart holds a degree in electrical engineering and a degree in business administration from the University of Leuven. He has more than 15 years of experience in the broadcast industry.

Before joining Newtec in 2012, he served for fourteen years in various sales and business development positions on a European scale at Cisco, Scientific-Atlanta and BarcoNet.

In 2012, he became Newtec’s Director of Strategic Business Development and was appointed Market Director Broadcast in 2014.

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OTT: Where does satellite fit in?

Article 21.11.2018

The way we consume content is evolving, having a huge effect on the popularity of streaming and on-demand services. So where does satellite fit into this new broadcasting landscape?

Newtec’s Session Highlights at IBC2018

Article 20.8.2018

We'll bring industry’s leading experts together to discuss the latest trends and evolutions. Join our IBC2018 sessions on Saturday, September 15, featuring insightful presentations.

Boosting Broadcast: How Newtec is Addressing Key Trends

Video 24.7.2018

During BroadcastAsia 2018, our Broadcast Market Director Hans Massart spoke to Asia-Pacific Broadcasting to discuss how the broadcast industry is evolving and what technology broadcasters should be implementing to ensure success.

All-IP Newsgathering: Boosting SNG

Speaking slot IABM Theatre on the BroadcastAsia showfloor - Suntec Singapore - 1 Raffles Boulevard, Suntec City Singapore 039593 26.6.2018

Join Hans Massart at CommunicAsia 2018 to learn more about All-IP Newsgathering: Boosting SNG

Advanced Newsgathering: Experiences from the Field

Speaking slot room N255, North Hall Meeting Rooms - Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, USA 10.4.2018

Join Hans Massart at NAB Show 2018 to learn more about advanced newsgathering and hear his experiences from the field.

Advanced Newsgathering: Experiences From The Field

Article 10.4.2018

As today’s audiences expect to see and hear about newsworthy facts immediately, modern newsrooms must be able to take it fresh from the scene to the viewer with little lag time.