Vlaamse Media Maatschappij (VMMa) (English: Flemish Media Company) is a Flemish company in Belgium, and parent company of the first Flemish commercial television station: VTM. VMMa was founded in 1987 as Vlaamse Televisie Maatschappij by nine publishers each with a 11.1% share. Since 1998, De Persgroep and the Roularta Media Group each have a 50% share of the company. On 31 May 1999 the name was changed to Vlaamse Media Maatschappij.

Television channelsEdit

  • VTM - The most popular TV station of the VMMa. Used for mainstream series and programs
  • 2BE - The station is used mainly for trying out own work, and imported series and movies.
  • JIM - Youngster and music TV station.
  • Vitaya - Lifestyle TV station
  • vtmKzoom - TV station for the kids, not available on the analogue lines.
  • VTMzomer (temporary digital channel)
  • VTMkerst (temporary digital channel)

Radio stationsEdit

  • Q-music
  • JOE fm (Since 2 May 2007)
  • Radio Mango (until 2003)
  • Topradio (until 2003)

VMMa and Studio 100Edit

Some Studio 100 shows and series are broadcasted by the VMMa.

Also some people who ('ve) work(ed) for Studio 100 (have) work(ed) for the VRT.