Content agency Little Dot Studios has appointed Jen Leeming to the role of Senior Vertical Video Producer.
Leeming’s responsibilities include working closely with Little Dot Studios’ partnerships team in the Entertainment division to help provide “best-in-class service across social video services;” and “setting the creative and editorial tone” on various vertical platforms, including IGTV, TikTok and Snapchat.
Before joining Little Dot Studios, Leeming was a senior digital producer in ITV’s Entertainment department for four years, responsible for leading digital output across flagship entertainment shows, including I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!, Love Island and Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway. Leeming has also worked in digital content at Viacom and Sky.
Leeming starts with immediate effect and reports to Little Dot Studios Director of Entertainment, James Loveridge, who said: “We are delighted to have Jen join the Entertainment team to support our fast-growing vertical video offering for so many of our clients. Jen is such a highly regarded figure in the industry, so we’re thrilled to have someone with her unique wealth of experience and knowledge on vertical video and emerging platforms join us.”
Leeming added: “I am so excited to join the brilliant team at Little Dot Studios and be a part of this innovative, digital-first company. I can’t wait to build on their amazing legacy of social content creation and help take their vertical content strategy to the next level.”
The Entertainment division at Little Dot Studios, All3Media’s digital business, specialises in creating and optimising social video for AVOD platforms like YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Snapchat. The team also provides original digital production and media buying support for their partners, including Netflix, Sony, NBCUniversal, ViacomCBS, Discovery, Amazon Prime, Graham Norton, Gordon Ramsay and a collection of the biggest names in UK comedy.
Little Dot Studios recently launched a new Consumer Brand division, and in April 2021, the company announced the former Fullscreen General Manager, John Holdridge, as Managing Director for the US.
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