Paul Haenen starts its own digital tv channel

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Paul Haenen

Haenen for the channel weekly programs, such as sermons of his alter ego reverend Gremdaat or to classic ’vensterbankgesprekken’ of Margreet Dolman from the window of the Betty Asfaltcomplex. Also want Haenen and Of Spirit again the program True, that they are in the seventies for the AWARD made. This spoke Haenen with people that unlikely things had happened. “I think this era of fake news is crying out for such a stage”, he says.

The comedian draws a comparison with that also own content for a very specific audience produces and facilitates. “In the past, you had to have per se a broadcaster and a station that kind of things in the world to swing,” says the producer. “But thanks to technological progress, each man simply themselves, are content to create and offer them to anyone who but wants to see it.” His two alter ego’s are still immensely popular; regularly was a sermon of Gremdaat on YouTube more than 100,000 times viewed. “But when was there suddenly a advertising from Scientology, which is on multiple levels, not feeling well. That is something that we do want. In addition, there is not such things as cursing, or naked, in any civilized form.”

Everyone participates

Also content want Haenen and Of Spirit, everything in their own hands. “In society we have more and more social freedom in the past decades,” says the comedian. “And to wear the social media, too. But at the same time, the NPO itself more and more with the content of all programs are going to interfere; a very unusual trend.” Haenen had in the past at the VPRO, Net5 and Out TV due to completely carte blanche. “In the past, there were no netmanagers, but you had one boss per broadcaster. And who trusted that it was what the artist made.”

It is intended that not only Haenen contribute ourselves to deliver to the channel, but also all the great and small artists, which is regularly the stage in the Betty Asfalt playing. It is not only for young upcoming talent, but also perhaps to popular and established names like Theo Maassen, or Daniel Arends. “Anyone who wants to participate are allowed to participate,” says Haenen. “We are very inclusive. And we keep a total of not patronizing. A new platform that is open to all, as in the past our illustrious magazine, People & Feelings. We are going to just start and then we go to sponsorship and other forms of financing.”

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