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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Pierre Berge

85 Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Pierre-Antoine Capton

40 Chairman of the Management Board

Pierre Lescure

73 Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Guillaume Prot

59 2016 Member of the Management Board

Rodolphe Belmer

48 2016 Independent Member of the Supervisory Board

Cecile Cabanis

46 2016 Independent Member of the Supervisory Board

Julien Codorniou

37 2016 Independent Member of the Supervisory Board

Xavier Niel

50 2015 Member of the Supervisory Board

Matthieu Pigasse

49 2015 Member of the Supervisory Board

Andrea Scrosati

44 2016 Independent Member of the Supervisory Board

Biographies

Name Description

Pierre Berge

Mr. Pierre Berge serves as Chairman of the Supervisory Board at Mediawan S.A. He has been Member of the Supervisory Board of the Company since December 10, 2015. Mr. Berge is a French industrialist and patron. He was the co-founder of Yves Saint Laurent Couture House. He currently holds several positions, including that of Chairman of the Fondation Pierre Berge – Yves Saint Laurent. He is also President of the Comite Cocteau, and the exclusive owner of all the moral rights of all of Jean Cocteau’s works. He is also President of the Institut Francais de la Mode. He became co-owner of the newspaper Le Monde in 2010 along with Mr. Xavier Niel and Mr. Matthieu Pigasse. Since the summer of 2014, Mr. Pierre Berge, Mr. Xavier Niel and Mr. Matthieu Pigasse have also been the joint owners of the French weekly magazine L’Obs. In connection therewith, Mr. Pierre Berge currently serves as Chairman of the Supervisory board at Societe Editrice du Monde and as Chairman of the Supervisory board at Le Nouvel Observateur du Monde. Mr. Berge has been recognized with the Order of Orange-Nassau, Officer of the Ordre National du Merite, Commandeur des Arts et des Lettres, and Grand officier de la Legion d’honneur.

Pierre-Antoine Capton

Mr. Pierre-Antoine Capton serves as Chairman of the Management Board at MEDIAWAN S.A. He has been Member of the Management Board of the Company since December 10, 2015. He founded in 2002 3e OEil Productions, a French audiovisual production company that he chairs as Manager (Gerant). The activities of the 3e OEil group, which in addition to 3e OEil Productions include other entities such as Hide Park, CZ and Mondiale de Productions, involve TV production, theater production and other media production activities (cinema, music, trailers, short films, etc.). With respect to TV production, the content produced each year by the 3e OEil group increased from 50 hours in 2002 to 560 hours in 2014 with shows such as C’est a vous, and its customer base includes recognized clients such as in particular the main French TV groups (TF1, France Televisions, Canal+ and M6). In theater production, the activities of the 3e OEil group currently cover fifteen countries, including the United States and the United Kingdom, and encompass complementary activities such as movie adaptation, thus allowing the 3e OEil group to create premium content for VOD services and prime time TV. Within the 3e OEil group, Pierre-Antoine Capton currently also acts as Manager (Gerant) of GROUPE TROISIEME OEIL (formerly PAC PRODUCTIONS), founded in 2007, Manager (Gerant) of Hide Park SARL, founded in 2008, and Chairman (President) of 3e OEil Story SAS, founded in 2012.

Pierre Lescure

Mr. Pierre Lescure serves as Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board at MEDIAWAN S.A. He has been Member of the Supervisory Board since April 7, 2016. Mr. Lescure is a journalist and a businessman who assumes responsibilities in several major groups. He currently serves as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (President-directeur general) of AnnaRose Production SAS and Lescure Farrugia Associes. In addition, Pierre Lescure is Chairman (President) at Le Festival De Cannes and Molotov SAS. He is also a Director (Administrateur) at Kudelski SA. He has been the Chairman of the Supervisory board of the Paris Saint Germain (PSG) football club. He has also been a member of the Supervisory board at Lagardere SCA since March 22, 2000, Le Monde SA, DTS Distribuidora de Television Digital SA and Prisa Television SAU. Mr. Lescure began his career in journalism, holding a variety of positions in French radio and television from 1965 to 1984. He first started his career at the radio station RTL, then moved to RMC and Europe 1. He is well-known for having found the TV music show Les Enfants du rock broadcast on public television from 1981 to 1988. In1984, he participated with Andre Rousselet in the launch of France first private TV channel, Canal+. From 1984 to April 2002, he held several positions with Canal+ Group and its affiliates, including CEO of Canal+ Group in 1994. From 2001 to April 2002, Pierre Lescure served as Co-Chief Operating Officer of Vivendi Universal, where he was in charge of its television and film business unit. Then, he was employed as Senior Advisor of LongAcre Partners. In 2012, Pierre Lescure was appointed by the President of the Republic to head the commission on the future of Hadopi. Mr. Lescure holds a Degree in Literature and Journalism from Centre de formation des journalistes in Paris.

Guillaume Prot

Mr. Guillaume Prot has been Member of the Management Board at MEDIAWAN S.A. since April 7, 2016. Guillaume Prot has more than 20 years of senior executive experience in the B to B services and in the media sector with international groups or by working for investment funds. Since 2014, Guillaume Prot has been Chairman of SAS Hotel Bord de Rhone, SAS Hotel Ermitage and SAS Oberoi, appointed by Turenne Capital. Prior to that, from 2009 to 2014, he was Chairman of Groupe Moniteur, a leading services and information provider for the construction and local authority sectors in France, which was owned by the private equity group Bridgepoint. Before joining Groupe Moniteur, he worked ten years for CBS Outdoor (outdoor advertising division of the Group CBS), in various positions among which Managing Director of CBS Outdoor France and then as Chief Operating Officer Continental Europe. He had a previous experience in advertising with IP Groupe, the advertising agency of Group RTL, a leading European entertainment network, as Chief Financial and Administrative Officer of IP France and then as Managing Director of IP Arbo/IP Network. Guillaume Prot began his career with Arthur Andersen as a consultant, before joining Manchette Publicite as Chief Financial and Administrative Officer. He is a graduate of Science Po Paris and ESSEC Business School.

Rodolphe Belmer

Mr. Rodolphe Belmer has been Independent Member of the Supervisory Board at MEDIAWAN S.A. since April 7, 2016. Rodolphe Belmer currently also serves as CEO of Eutelsat, a leading satellite operator in Europe, the Middle East and Africa since March 2016. He joined Eutelsat on December 2015 as Deputy CEO. In 2001, Mr. Belmer joined Groupe Canal+ where he was appointed Head of Marketing and Strategy in 2002. From 2003 onwards he oversaw the editorial division of the group, initially as CEO of Canal+, and from 2006 onwards, as head of all pay-TV channels. He led the diversification of the group into free-to-air television in 2011, notably through the acquisition and relaunch of D8 and D17. In 2012, he was appointed CEO of Groupe Canal+. Rodolphe Belmer began his career at Procter & Gamble France before joining McKinsey in 1998. Mr. Belmer is a graduate of France’s HEC Business School.

Cecile Cabanis

Mrs. Cecile Cabanis has been Independent Member of the Supervisory Board at MEDIAWAN S.A. since April 7, 2016. Since January 2015, Cecile Cabanis also serves as Chief Financial Officer and as a member of the Executive Committee of Danone. Mrs. Cabanis joined Danone as Corporate Finance Director in 2004. In 2005, she was appointed Head of Corporate Development and in 2008 became Financial Vice-President of Dairy Western Europe. In September 2010, Cecile Cabanis was appointed Financial Vice-President of the Fresh Dairy Products division. Cecile Cabanis began her career in 1995 with L’Oreal in South Africa as Logistics Manager and Financial Controller before moving to France as Internal Auditor. In 2000, she was appointed Deputy Director of Mergers & Acquisitions at France Telecom. Mrs. Cabanis is a graduate of the engineering school Agro Paris Grignon (now called AgroParis Tech).

Julien Codorniou

Mr. Julien Codorniou has been Independent Member of the Supervisory Board at MEDIAWAN S.A. since April 7, 2016. Julien Codorniou serves as Director of Facebook at Work, managing the growth of this new initiative, out of London. He joined Facebook in 2011 to manage the gaming team in EMEA and was recently leading the Global Platform Partnerships team, helping Facebook partners to build, grow and monetize their apps with Platform (media, ecommerce, Utilities, etc.).Before Facebook he was the director of business development at Microsoft Corp where he launched the BizSpark program. In addition, Mr. Codorniou is a Venture Advisor at Felix Capital Partners. He is a member of the Supervisory board at Le Monde. Previously, Mr. Codorniou served several strategic positions at Microsoft, first in France (2005) where he was responsible for partnerships with French software publishers and startups. Afterwards, he joined Microsoft’s headquarters in 2008 to launch the BizSpark program for startups. Since 2010, he was employed as the Head of Development and Partnerships for Microsoft France at Microsoft Corporation. Mr. Codorniou began his career with ETF Group France as Business Analyst. Then, he joined Ernst & Young LLP as an Auditor for software industry clients. Mr. Codorniou is a graduate of Skema Business School and the University of San Diego.

Xavier Niel

Mr. Xavier Niel has been Member of the Supervisory Board at MEDIAWAN S.A. since December 10, 2015. Xavier Niel is also founder and major shareholder of the Iliad group and where he currently serves as Senior Vice-President, director and Deputy-Chairman of the Board of Directors. He is self-taught entrepreneur and has been active in the data communications, Internet and telecommunications industry since the late 1980s. Prior to devoting himself to the Iliad group development, in 1993 he co-founded France’s first Internet service provider (ISP), Worldnet. Subsequently, after founding 3617 ANNU in 1999 he went on to create Free – France’s first free-access ISP. He is also Chairman of NJJ Holding which holds and chairs NJJ Presse. Mr. Niel was the architect behind the 2002 launch of the Freebox. He has also been the inspiration behind the group’s major strategic developments, including its current rollout of the 4G mobile network in France and its mobile offerings which were launched on January 10, 2012. In parallel, for many years Mr. Niel has invested considerably in web start-ups. In March 2010 he set up his own investment fund – Kima Venture. In addition, since 2010 he has held an ownership interest in the Le Monde newspaper, alongside Mr. Pierre Berge and Mr. Matthieu Pigasse. Since the summer of 2014, Mr. Xavier Niel, Mr. Pierre Berge and Mr. Matthieu Pigasse have also been the joint owners of the French weekly magazine L’Obs.I n March 2013, Mr. Niel created 42. In September 2013, Xavier Niel announced the opening in early 2017 of digital incubator which will be located in the Halle Freyssinet building in Paris. Mr. Niel has also invested in the telecommunications sector for many years in a personal capacity through NJJ Holding. He acquired a 55% stake in Monaco Telecom in 2014 and Orange Switzerland (now renamed Salt) in February 2015.

Matthieu Pigasse

Mr. Matthieu Pigasse has been Member of the Supervisory Board at MEDIAWAN S.A. since December 10, 2015. Mr. Matthieu Pigasse, who currently also serves as Global Head of Mergers & Acquisitions and Sovereign Advisory of Lazard Group and CEO of Lazard France, has developed a strong financial expertise and worked on the largest recent M&A transactions worldwide and on the largest sovereign debt restructurings including Argentina, Iraq, Greece and Ukraine. Moreover, Mr. Pigasse is also the Chairman of Les Nouvelles Editions Independantes (LNEI), of which he owns 99.89% of the share capital. Through his personal investments, Matthieu Pigasse developed a deep understanding of the media sector. In 2009, he purchased the weekly magazine Les Inrockuptibles of which he is chairman of the board of directors. Along with Mr. Pierre Berge and Mr. Xavier Niel, Matthieu Pigasse became co-owner of Le Monde Group (which controls the daily newspaper, its digital editions, and various magazines) in 2010 and of the French weekly magazine L’Obs in 2014. In 2012, he launched the French edition of the Huffington Post website. In 2015 he announced the acquisition of Radio Nova and in 2016 he announced the acquisition of a shareholding in VICE France. Mr. Pigasse was the financial and industrial advisor to the French Minister of Economy and Finance, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, from 1997 to 1999, before joining, one year later, Laurent Fabius’ cabinet, then Minister of Economy and Finance, as Chief of Staff. As a former Chief of Staff of the French Minister of Economy and Finance, Matthieu Pigasse has an intimate knowledge of the public sector as well as the European regulations. He graduated from Ecole Nationale d’Administration.

Andrea Scrosati

Mr. Andrea Scrosati has been Independent Member of the Supervisory Board at MEDIAWAN S.A. since April 7, 2016. Andrea Scrosati also serves as Sky Italia’s Executive Vice President Programming since 2013 with responsibility over all programming excluding sports. His responsibility includes also the all news channel SkyTg24, the free to air channels Channel 8 and Cielo and all the original productions (scripted/unscripted) of Sky Italia. Mr. Scrosati joined Sky Italia in 2007 as the Vice President of Corporate & Market Communication. He was appointed Vice President of Programming & Promotions in 2010 and finally Executive Vice President of Cinema Entertainment & Third Party Channels. Prior to joining Sky Italia, Mr. Scrosati worked within the marketing and communications sector starting in 1991. Following three years as a national spokesman for a Parliamentary group, he was the Marketing Director of one of Italy's leading television and events production companies. In 1997, he established his own public relations agency. He consulted for some of the leading Italian and international companies, for Italian political leaders, for Italian and foreign institutions and for dozens of celebrities in the Italian and worldwide show business.