The French group Secom has appointed Nela Pavlouskova, who succeeds Françoise Nottrelet in charge of distribution development.

Pavlouskova has been working in media and marketing in Ireland and France for six years. She is the holder of a PhD in the Aesthetics and Sciences of Art from the Paris-Sorbonne University.

The Secom group, presided over by Bruno Lecluse, operates six channels: My Zen TV (the well-being channel), The Museum Channel (which is managed by Vincent Charley and centred on Art), My Nature TV (which broadcasts images of the most beautiful untouched natural landscapes around the world), and Melodisco (the disco music channel).

The group has edited the retro channel Melody (Vintage forever) for 14 years, as well as the uninterrupted regional news channel Grand Lille TV.