SBS has appointed Luc Peters as its Chief Operating Officer and he will join SBS's Management Board. Luc Peters will be responsible for operational policy and day-to-day implementation of the various strategic projects at SBS Broadcasting. In addition, he will head the business management of the programme department, which operates the channels SBS 6, Net5 and Veronica, and the digital platform KIJK. Peters will start in his new role immediately.Luc Peters has been working as Operations Director for SBS Broadcasting for the past two years. In this role, he was head of the content acquisition teams and responsible for SBS's presenter and talent management. He previously held various roles at Eyeworks."I am convinced Luc will make a substantial contribution to SBS's operational policy thanks to his knowledge and experience. I am pleased he is joining the Management Board. Within SBS Luc will play an accelerated and unifying role in Sanoma, SBS and Talpa’s various joint projects," says Peter de Mönnink SBS CEO."For the last two years I have enjoyed working with the motivated people who work so passionately on our fantastic channels and programmes. This step gives me the opportunity to further increase the close co-operation between the various departments, and use this strength to bolster the synergy between Sanoma, SBS and Talpa," says Luc Peters.About SBSSBS Broadcasting B.V. (SBS) is a full media company which owns the television channels Net5, SBS 6 and Veronica and the VOD platform KIJK. In addition, Veronica Publishing is part of SBS, publishing Veronica Magazine and Total TV. SBS also has it own production company, SBS Productions B.V. SBS is owned for 67% by Sanoma and for 33% by Talpa.For more informationWietske van RooijSenior Communications Adviser SBS BroadcastingT +31(0)20 800 7396M +31(0)6