Timeline has appointed Aoife Murphy as new the Outside Broadcast Head of Operations.

Murphy joins after the addition of new contracts for Timeline including the FA Cup, West Indies Cricket and Bahrain Racing among others.

Murphy joins from the England and Wales Cricket Board where she was their Senior Broadcast and Media Operations Manager, she has also worked at OBSTV.

Murphy’s role will focus on the management and development of Timeline’s outside broadcast operations based in West London. She will be leading the engineering staff and managing the company’s growing fleet of HDR IP OB and HD trucks that are responsible for delivering sport and entertainment programmes for the likes of BBC, ITV and BT Sport.

Murphy comments: “Timeline have always had a brilliant reputation as an innovative and exciting company with lots of very talented staff, getting the chance to join at this time was a huge opportunity for me.

“I’m excited to lead the OB operations as we continue to grow over the next few months working with a great team that continues to deliver so many varied and industry-leading projects such as the Formula E, National Theatre, Commonwealth Games and International Cricket.

“I’m looking forward to making our outside broadcast operations and Timeline an exciting and nurturing place to work and be the go-to for clients.”

Dan McDonnell CEO adds: ‘We’re delighted that Aoife is joining the team, her experience from the England and Wales Cricket board coupled with her outside broadcast background is already proving invaluable especially on our new West Indies Cricket contract with Whisper.

“It’s an exciting time for Timeline and in particular our outside broadcast division. We’re rapidly expanding with the addition of new staff, broadcast trucks and equipment, and I am confident Aoife’s experience and knowledge will be a great asset to us in this time of expansion.”

Jon Creamer

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