19.03.2020, Luxembourg, RTL Group

The coronavirus has become a global pandemic, which also affects all our 16,000 employees across the world. Most RTL Group employees are now working remotely, but some are still working on site ensuring the continuity of our businesses and to inform – and entertain – our audiences. What about you? What does your daily work routine look like? 

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No matter if you are working in your home office or on site in the newsrooms, broadcasting facilities, on set, or in the studios, share pictures of your current work situation with us. Send them to backstage@rtlgroup.com (subject line: Together against corona) or post them on social media tagging RTL Group and using the hashtags: #PartofRTL #TogetherAgainstCorona. We invite you to use the attached visual for your pictures.

We will share them with all our colleagues across the Group to stay close together, even though we are now physically apart!

A big thank you to all of you who continue doing your best to keep the business running. Let’s all spread some positivity and support each other during these difficult times. Take care!

Paul Ridley and his co-worker Stella, Fremantle, Australia Oliver Fahlbusch, RTL Group Sonja Scheider, Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland Judit Grósz, RTL Hungary Andreas Svensson, United Screens Anna-Cristina Greco, Divimove Erik Gossas, United Screens Music Lara Tait, Divimove Ursula Schmidt, RTL Group Ainhoa Muguerza, Divimove Maxi Garden, Divimove Lena Natus, Divimove Ted on a Teams call, Fremantle International, Australia Sasha Knezevic, United Screens Yann Wirthor, IP Luxembourg Jessica Westin, United Screens Isabell Ostermann, RTL Group Marlène Clement and co-worker Panther, IP Luxembourg Fabrizia Karutz, NTV Andre Weeber, Smartclip Adrienne Nélissen and assistant Pixelle, RTL Group

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