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Founder & Director
Tim has extensive experience in the TV business world and has held a number of senior positions in commercial and public companies, including Nickelodeon/Viacom, Disney, UKTV, BBC and ITV. Tim presently runs his media consultancy T1M Consult, prior to which he was CEO of Larkshead Media, and Vice President, Director of Programming at Nickelodeon UK & Ireland. Before joining Nickelodeon he was Head of Editorial Operations, Planning and Services at UKTV.
Tim started his career at the BBC in 1982, and has been part of the channel launch teams for both Carlton Television in 1992 and Disney Channel in 1995, and is an Executive Coach, Trainer, Mentor and Speaker.
Commissioner Conversations: BBC
An in-depth review of the BBC’s recent changes, output, and expectations for the future, with panellists from CBeebies, CBBC and online.
Commissioner Conversations: PSBs
Commissioners from UK Public Service Broadcasters reveal how to approach them, what they‘re looking for, and the post-commissioning relationship.
Commissioner Conversations: VOD
As VoD, grows, we explore the hunger for original content over acquisitions and we ask the question, can that deliver the variety of programming required by today’s audience?
Commissioner Conversations: Nickelodeon and Turner
Have you got the next big programme idea? Turner and Nick both thrive on international success stories. What’s next for these two global broadcasters?
Commissioner Conversations: Disney and Sony
What are the real odds of success when you’re pitching to the world’s biggest commercial children’s content providers? Global market leaders Disney and Sony are here to tell you.
Commissioner Conversations: Branded Content
How do brand owners chart the changing media landscape to adapt their IP? What are the pitfalls and possibilities? How can you get involved? Big name brands have their say.
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