Broadcast service provider EMG has promoted Hamish Greig to Deputy CEO of EMG UK, Sean Mulhern to CTO of EMG UK and Paul Francis to Director of Engineering of EMG UK.
Hamish Greig has been the CEO of EMG Group’s CTV business since 2018, leading the company and being responsible for running CTV and contract renewals with their clients. He joined CTV in 1986 and was promoted to Director of Engineering in 1996. .
Sean Mulhern was previously the Director of Engineering at EMG Group company Telegenic. He joined the Telegenic division in 1997.
Paul Francis brings over thirty years of industry experience to his new role as Director of Engineering of EMG UK. He was previously the Chief Technical Officer at EMG Group company CTV.
Peter Bates, CEO of EMG UK, said: “Hamish, Sean and Paul have made a huge contribution to the business over the past three decades, and I’m delighted to welcome them into these new roles at EMG UK. Their knowledge of our business and extensive broadcast industry experience will be crucial to helping EMG UK grow and develop, but also in ensuring we retain excellent technical expertise and champion innovation. We wish them every success in their new positions.”
Hamish Greig, Deputy CEO of EMG UK, said: “I’m excited to work with Peter and the EMG family, to make EMG UK the go to company through these exciting times and deliver our clients’ vision with our talented team.”
Sean Mulhern, CTO of EMG UK, said: “With EMG UK, technical innovation never stops. I’m delighted to be able to continue to exercise my passion for developing live broadcast technologies in this new role.”
Paul Francis, Director of Engineering of EMG UK, said: “I am continually proud to be working in the OB space and I’m always excited to be a part of delivering major sporting and entertainment events. I’m delighted to continue my OB journey in my new role as the Director of Engineering of EMG UK”.
EMG’s contracts include Tour de France, Ryder Cup, FIFA World Cup, UEFA European Championships and Formula One as well as Eurovision, MTV Awards, BRIT Awards, BAFTAs and Royal Events and entertainment‐based shows including The Voice, Masterchef and The X‐Factor.
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