Sky’s Brogden joins Tinopolis as entertainment creative director

Former Sky entertainment commissioner Chris Brogden (pictured) has joined the Tinopolis Group to develop entertainment formats with its 17 U.S. and UK prodcos.
April 29, 2015

Former Sky entertainment commissioner Chris Brogden has joined the Tinopolis Group in the newly created position of entertainment creative director.

In the role, Brogden will be work with the company to develop new formats that can be made across its roster of 17 U.S. and UK prodcos, which include Magical Elves, A. Smith & Co., Firecracker Films and Mentorn Media among others.

Brogden’s entertainment commissions while at Sky included Wild Things, Quiz Nights and Relatively Clever. In a previous stint as an executive producer at ITV, Brogden’s credits included I’m a Celebrity‚Ķ Get Me Out of Here! and Celebrity Big Brother.

He will report to Tinopolis CEO Arwel Rees and creative director John Willis.

“Chris has a formidable track record of producing successful entertainment formats and working with great talent to create original and inventive programs, so we are delighted to welcome him to the Tinopolis Group,” said Rees in a statement. “Our companies are internationally renowned for producing and distributing world-class content and Chris will be instrumental in working with them to guide the expansion of our entertainment catalog.”

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