Manchester and Amsterdam-based global media consultancy, K7 Media, has made some key changes to its leadership team, reflecting the continued evolution of its services in meeting the information needs of the film and TV industries.
Richard O’Meara, formerly head of drama and insight, has been promoted to the position of associate director: drama and insight. In his new role, O’Meara will bring his wealth of experience to further enhance the company’s coverage of the global scripted TV landscape. He will also lead the wider team in strengthening the provision of insights into the wider market which K7 is known for.
Michelle Lin, previously head of data and analysis, has been appointed as associate director: operations. Lin will spearhead efforts to enhance K7 Media’s operational efficiency, ensuring seamless and streamlined processes across the organisation. She will also maintain her leadership in data collection and analysis, contributing to the company’s continued success in delivering unparalleled insights and services to its clients.
Ella Turner, former head of client relations, has assumed the role of associate director: client relations. Turner will continue to strengthen client relationships, ensuring exceptional service delivery and satisfaction.
Additionally, experienced project manager, content marketer and writer Dan Whitehead has returned to K7 Media in a senior consultancy role.
Keri Lewis-Brown, founder and CEO of K7 Media, said: “The TV and film industries continue to evolve at a very fast rate. We’ve streamlined our organisation so that we can deliver insights for our clients that are exceptionally well-researched and delivered at pace.”
K7 Media offers bespoke research and media consulting services to broadcasters, streaming platforms, distributors, and production companies across the world. It continues to expand its current range of client services, while maintaining the delivery of its indispensable media reports.
Creator of the Tracking the Giants: Top 100 Scripted & Unscripted Formats, K7 Media publish the much-anticipated reports annually, which are recognised within the industry as the definitive guide to scripted and unscripted format sales.