Pulse Films has hired former Dragons’ Den executive producer Ceri Aston in the newly created role of head of non scripted programming.
Aston’s exeutive producer credits include Junior Doctors: Your Life In Their Hands and Junior Paramedics (BBC Three).
Emma Cooper, managing director of Pulse’s Non-scripted TV division, said, “We are thrilled that Ceri is coming to join us at such an exciting and important moment in Pulse’s creative growth. I am looking forward to working with her across our thriving international slate and her skills and experience in ensuring delivery excellence will be huge asset to our division.
Aston commented, “It’s been a huge privilege to work on Dragons’ Den, and with the talented Entertainment North team at BBC Studios. But the opportunity to help build on Pulse Films’ unique brand of television proved irresistible.
Pulse TV commissions including an upcoming 10-episode series charting the history of Rock & Roll for Sky. Recent television credits also include Black is the New Black (BBC Two), United States of Hate (BBC One/BBC Three), Who’s Spending Britain’s Billions? (BBC Two) and Hunting the Nazi Gold Train (BBC Three).
Vice Media acquired a majority stake in Pulse Films in March 2016.
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