Rondo Media has appointed Siân Price to lead its network-focused subsidiary Yeti Media.
Price joins Yeti with over twenty years’ experience in factual television, working for various BBC departments as well independents including Studio Lambert, Indus Films and Diverse TV and was a co-founder of Tinderbox Production.
Price will develop Yeti’s relationships with all major broadcasters with the aim of increasing its network commissions and establishing strategic partnerships.
Price’s first priority is to complete delivery of Yeti’s detective poll special Britain’s Favourite TV Detective for Channel 4 (1x 90) which will air in January.
She has produced and directed for the BBC, Channel 4 and National Geographic including The Real Vikings (Channel 4), Beyond Boundaries (BBC2), Secrets of Stonehenge (Channel 4 / National Geographic) and One Born Every Minute (Channel 4). She has series produced Coast (BBC2), Time Team (Channel 4) and most recently the acclaimed The People Remember (BBC1). She is also the author of ‘If You’re Reading This’- a history of soldier’s farewell letters.
Gareth Williams, Chief Executive of Rondo Media said: "We’re so pleased to be appointing someone with Siân’s depth of programme-making experience – she’s definitely a good fit for us as a company and we’re looking forward to having her lead Yeti into new territories."
Ian MacKenzie, Nations & Regions Manager, Channel 4 welcomed the appointment: “Yeti have proven to be an important supplier for Channel 4 from Wales for several years now and we look forward to working with Siân and the team in the coming months towards more successes on the Channel”.
Rondo Media has offices in Cardiff, Caernarfon and Menai Bridge.
Yeti was established in 2014 by Rondo Media following its success with its BBC daytime drama series The Indian Doctor to concentrate on its network output and has secured numerous network documentary and factual shows since including Frozen at Christmas, Underage and Gay and My Millionaire Dads and Me.
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