2010 - 2018

2012 Executives
Alain Le Diberder, Programme Director of ARTE GEIE
November 2012 - December 2017
2016 Executives
Véronique Cayla, Présidente d'ARTE France
Depuis janvier 2016

Véronique Cayla, President of ARTE France is reappointed to the ARTE GEIE management board for a second term of five years.

2016 Executives
Nicolas Seydoux and Thomas Bellut, Chairmanship of the General Assembly of ARTE GEIE
Since January 2016

Nicolas Seydoux, President of Gaumont, and Dr. Thomas Bellut, Director General of ZDF, take the Chairmanship of the General Assembly of ARTE GEIE.

2005 - 2010

2007 Executives
Véronique Cayla and Prof. Jobst Plog, Chairmanship of the General Assembly of ARTE GEIE
2007 - 2010

Véronique Cayla and Prof. Jobst Plog take the Chairmanship of the General Assembly of ARTE GEIE.

2007 Executives
German presidency: Dr. Gottfried Langenstein
2007 - 2010

As per the channel’s statutes, ARTE passes over to German presidency for the 2007-2010 period. In January 2007, Dr. Gottfried Langenstein is nominated President and Jérôme Clément becomes Vice President of the ARTE GEIE management board.

1995 - 2005

2003 Executives
Prof. Jobst Plog and Rémy Pflimlin, Chairmanship of the General Assembly of ARTE GEIE
2003 - 2006

Prof. Jobst Plog and Rémy Pflimlin take the Chairmanship of the General Assembly of ARTE GEIE.

2003 Executives
French presidency: Jérôme Clément
2003 - 2006

As per the channel’s statutes, ARTE passes over to French presidency for the 2003-2007 period. Jérôme Clément is nominated President and Gottfried Langenstein (Director of International Affairs at German channel ZDF and ARTE Coordinator), Vice President of the ARTE GEIE management board.

2001 Executives
Heiko Holefleisch, Managing Director of ARTE Deutschland (ZDF)
2001 - 2011

Heiko Holefleisch is nominated Managing Director of ARTE Deutschland and ARTE Coordinator at ZDF, replacing Hans-Günther Brüske.

2000 Executives
ARTE France
August 2000

“La Sept ARTE” changes its name into “ARTE France”.

1999 Executives
Georges Fillioud and Dr. h. c. Dieter Stolte, Chairmanship of the General Assembly of ARTE GEIE
1999 - 2002

Georges Fillioud and Dr. h. c. Dieter Stolte take the Chairmanship of the General Assembly of ARTE GEIE.

1999 Executives

1st German presidency: Prof. Jobst Plog
1999 - 2002

Jobst Plog, President of NDR (and former chairman of the ARTE General Assembly) becomes the first German President of the ARTE GEIE management board. Jérôme Clément, President of ARTE France is nominated Vice President.

1990 - 1995

1995 Executives
Dr. Klaus Wenger, Managing Director of ARTE Deutschland (ARD)
1995 - 2012

Klaus Wenger is nominated Managing Director of ARTE Deutschland and ARTE Coordinator at ARD, replacing Gerd Opitz.

1995 Executives
Prof. Jobst Plog and Daniel Toscan du Plantier, Chairmanship of the General Assembly of ARTE GEIE
1995 - 1998

Prof. Jobst Plog and Daniel Toscan du Plantier are nominated to take the Chairmanship of the General Assembly of ARTE GEIE.

1995 Executives
French presidency: Jérôme Clément
1995 - 1998

Jérôme Clément, President of ARTE France is reappointed to the ARTE GEIE management board for a second term, while Jörg Rüggeberg succeeds Dietrich Schwarzkopf as Vice President.

1994 Executives
French presidency: Jérôme Clément
1991 - 1995

Jérôme Clément, President of La Sept, and Dietrich Schwarzkopf, Program Director at ARD, are nominated President and Vice President of the management board.

1992 Executives
Dr. Hans-Günther Brüske, Managing Director of ARTE Deutschland (ZDF)
1992 - 2001

Hans-Günther Brüske becomes Managing Director of ARTE Deutschland and ARTE Coordinator at ZDF, replacing Wolfgang Bernhard.

1991 Executives
ARTE France Cinéma
September 1991

La Sept launches La Sept Cinéma, a film production subsidiary renamed ARTE France Cinéma in 1998.