All3Media’s sports specialist, Aurora Media Worldwide, has appointed series producer and showrunner Greg Vince to the newly-created post of Creative Director, Originals.
Vince will focus on increasing Aurora’s capability in Originals and Factual Entertainment. He joins from Nutopia where he spent almost three years, most recently as Series Producer of new project Limitless for Disney Plus, exec produced by Darren Aronofsky and hosted by Chris Hemsworth.
Vince has held previous roles at the BBC, Amazon and CPL Productions. He has overseen and shaped factual entertainment TV shows and formats, including Top Gear for the BBC and The Grand Tour for Amazon Prime.
As well as leading Originals creative development at Aurora, focusing on working with existing clients, Vince will also work with Aurora’s Development team on creating original content for broadcasters, OTT and Streaming platforms with a number of shows already on the Aurora slate.
He starts immediately, reporting to Aurora Media Worldwide’s Chief Strategy Officer, Barry Flanigan, who said: “Greg has an extensive track record of delivering extremely high quality, narrative-led content, on some of the biggest and most successful global TV shows. His skills are an excellent fit with Aurora’s strength in formatting and producing original and innovative, international content We’re delighted to welcome him to the team.”
Greg Vince said: “I’m incredibly excited to be joining the team at Aurora – they have an increasingly strong reputation for creating compelling sports, entertainment and brand-led content. As the lines that traditionally divided the worlds of digital, branded, live and broadcast media become more and more blurred, I’m looking forward to helping Aurora deliver an even stronger range of content in the global entertainment arena.”
Aurora’s international clients and partnerships include rights owners such as Formula E, Extreme E and Super League Triathlon; broadcasters and streaming platforms including ITV, National Geographic, Twitch; and brands such as Jaguar, JP Morgan, BMW and Silverstone.
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