Tina Nijkamp joins 3Rivers on 1 January 1st, 2022

December 15, 2021

Tina Nijkamp joins 3Rivers on 1 January 1st, 2022

December 15, 2021

Tina Nijkamp will join 3Rivers media management consultants as senior advisor as of January 1, 2022. Tina has many years of experience in the field of both television production and broadcasting. For many years, with remarkable success, she was program director at SBS in the Netherlands and has great insights in how a channel or platform should reach its viewers. Tina was voted Broadcasting Woman of the Year in 2008 and under her leadership SBS6 was awarded twice the title ‘strongest media brand in the Netherlands’. She also has in-depth knowledge of the way in which television programs should be made. In recent years she has guided program makers in the development of their ideas and productions.

Oege Boonstra, partner 3Rivers: "We are pleased that Tina is joining our team with her broadknowledge and experience. She provides very valuable expertise to our team, especially in contentproduction and content marketing." Tina: "3Rivers is a wonderful company with an excellent reputation in the media both nationally and internationally. I'm really looking forward to this new challenge."

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