Factual indie, Chatterbox Media, has appointed Ellie Sabine-Singh to the new role of Head of Development.

She will be tasked with leading the company’s push to expand Chatterbox’s engagement with SVODs and broadcasters worldwide as well as building upon existing success with UK networks.

Sabine-Singh, who has been promoted internally, has worked at Chatterbox since 2020. She takes up her new role on Monday 22 August, joining the senior management team of Co-Founders and Creative Directors, Ali Quirk and Nav Raman, and recently announced Rosie Taylor, Head of Production, who oversees the company’s growing slate of premium popular factual content for major broadcasters and platforms, as well as supporting company operations and introducing processes to help fuel Chatterbox’s growth.

Ali Quirk, Co-Founder, Chatterbox Media, says: “Ellie is one of the industry’s rising stars. Having her move into the strategic role of Head of Development is a no-brainer following the brilliant contribution she has made during her time at the company. We are thrilled to have seen her grow into a key member of the team. Her talent for understanding young and diverse audiences is a great asset for us, helping to ensure we are producing compelling content for as wide a demographic as possible.”

During her time at Chatterbox, Sabine-Singh has worked as Producer and Development Producer across a slate of projects for Netflix, Amazon Prime, BBC, Channel 4, and Channel 5, including Charlotte in Sunderland and Extraordinary Portraits with Tinie. Her production credits include Charlotte in Sunderland(BBC Three); Extraordinary Portraits with Tinie (BBC One); Words First: Poetry as Protest (BBC Arts Digital); Sally Lindsay’s Posh Sleepover (Channel 5) and both series of the hit show Meet The Khans(BBC Three).

Previously, Sabine-Singh worked at MTV International, as Digital Video Producer and Development Producer, where she was responsible for developing and producing MTV Originals, Movie junkets, Music and Social Responsibility content, as well as supporting the launch of MTV UK’s TikTok.  She developed an internal slate for MTV including reality formats, online short-form series and MTV podcasts. Prior to that, she was Development Assistant Producer at Ricochet Brighton.

Ellie Sabine-Singh says: “Growing alongside a young company has offered me great opportunities and enabled me to have significant creative input on a range of projects – over the last two years I’ve enjoyed working on a diverse slate of development projects and productions. Reaching people with warmth, entertainment and representation is at the heart of what I love. I’m thrilled to take on this exciting new role as Chatterbox pushes into its next chapter.”

Sabine-Singh will report to Chatterbox’s Co-Founder, Ali Quirk.


Jon Creamer

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