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Little Dot Studios ups Holly Graham

All3Media-owned prodco Little Dot Studios has elevated Holly Graham to the newly created role of head of U.S. partnerships. Graham, who previously served as senior partnerships manager, will move to the ...
April 20, 2018

All3Media-owned prodco Little Dot Studios has elevated Holly Graham to the newly created role of head of U.S. partnerships.

Graham, who previously served as senior partnerships manager, will move to the company’s Los Angeles offices where she will manage Little Dot’s current portfolio of LA-based clients and spearhead business development efforts across the U.S.

Working closely alongside co-founder and CEO Andy Taylor, Graham will be responsible for identifying and developing business opportunities for the American marketplace.

Graham joined Little Dot’s London office as a channel manager in 2013, before rising to become senior partnerships manager three years later. During her five years at the studio, Graham has played a vital role in brokering and managing deals with Channel 4, Discovery and Warner Bros., while also expanding its digital ventures, including YouTube channels for Gordon Ramsay¬†and The Graham Norton Show.

Prior to Little Dot, Graham served as a channel manager in All3Media’s digital team, and was previously a digital content producer at Scripps Networks Interactive.

“Holly has been a key player and a huge driver of growth for Little Dot Studios in London, and has worked on many of our most important and most successful projects,” said Taylor in as tatement. “She has been key in defining the kind of work that makes Little Dot great at what we do, and we are hugely excited to have her concentrate energy on our U.S.”

Founded in 2013 by Andy Taylor and Selma Turajlic, in partnership with All3Media, Little Dot Studios manages the YouTube channels and social video of more than 90 networks, studios and sports rights holders, including ITV, Turner, Warner Bros., Viacom, Channel 4 and Discovery.

About The Author
Senior staff writer Frederick Blichert comes to realscreen with a background as a journalist and freelance film critic. He has previously written for VICE, Paste Magazine, Senses of Cinema, Xtra, Canadian Cinematographer and elsewhere. He holds a Master of Arts in film studies from Carleton University and a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia.

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