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Head of TV and Content
Steve Wynne is a BAFTA and RTS award winning Creative with over 20 years of experience in childrens television. He was the voice of Chums (and one of the producers) on SMTV/CD:UK, then headed the production and live studio teams at Disney Channel.
He joined their rivals, launching the international formats arm for Warner Bros Television, set up his own indie, Rival Media producing kids (and grown up) series and specials for broadcasters in the UK, US and much further afield and now runs the TV arm of Pretzel Films.
Dad to three monkeys, Steve still finds time to write complaint letters on a daily basis.
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