Former Naked Entertainment exec Tim Hancock (pictured) has been appointed to the post of commissioning editor for features and daytime at UK pubcaster Channel 4.
In the new position, Hancock will be responsible for commissioning across primetime features for C4 and its daytime slate, as well as for the network’s digital channel More4 and VOD service All 4. Hancock will report to Gill Wilson, head of features, when he joins the network at month’s end.
Most recently serving as head of development at FremantleMedia-owned prodco Naked Entertainment, Hancock has produced such programs as The Naked Choir, The Incredible Spice Men and upcoming series The Factory, all for BBC2, as well as Finding Sarah for OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network. He also created shorts series Rich Kids Go Shopping and How to Pull for Channel 4.
Hancock previously held senior development roles at Twenty Twenty, BBC in-house, World of Wonder, Blast! Films, Optomen, NERD, Alchemy and Castaway Television.