Popular factual indie, Chatterbox Media, has appointed Rosie Taylor as its new Head of Production.
She joins Chatterbox directly from her role as Head of Production Europe VICE Media Group.
At Chatterbox, Taylor will be responsible for overseeing the company’s slate, as well as supporting company operations and “introducing processes to help fuel Chatterbox’s growth”. She will report directly to Chatterbox’s Co-Founder, Ali Quirk.
Ali Quirk, Co-Founder, Chatterbox Media, says: “The Head of Production role is crucial in enabling us to fulfil our ambitions, making sure we have everything in place to support both our creative process and our team, as we grow. Rosie is one of the most talented production leads in the UK and her approach puts people first in everything she does.
“She has not only overseen some of TV’s biggest projects and programming brands, she is one of the best company operations leads around. We are delighted to welcome Rosie to the team, her wealth of experience will be a great asset as we continue to transform and grow.”
Promoted to VICE Media Group’s Head of Production Europe in 2020, Taylor joined the company as Head of Production UK in 2018 managing output across VICE Studios, Digital and News. She oversaw significant projects including: MH370: The Enigma of the Lost Flight for Paramount+, Dirty Tricks for Channel 5, Matty Matheson’s God Save the Food for E4 and Beat the Internet for UKTV.
Before her role at VICE, Taylor was Production Executive at the BBC. Her experience at the BBC includes production management for a long list of iconic factual programmes including Panorama,Newsnight, Watchdog, Rogue Traders, and Horizon.
Rosie Taylor says: “Chatterbox is an indie that has diversity at its heart and is committed to giving opportunities to creatives, whatever their background, race, age, or gender identity. As well as working with a wonderful team, I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to work on programming that is truly different and am really looking forward to supporting Chatterbox in its growth.”
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