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Spun Gold’s Bridget Boseley boards Wag Entertainment

Asacha Media Group’s Wag Entertainment has hired former Spun Gold factual head Bridget Boseley to the newly created role of creative director. Reporting to COO Steven Green , Boseley (pictured) will develop premium ...
April 20, 2021

Asacha Media Group’s Wag Entertainment has hired former Spun Gold factual head Bridget Boseley to the newly created role of creative director.

Reporting to COO Steven Green , Boseley (pictured) will develop premium factual content both for the UK and internationally.

The appointment is part of Wag’s strategy to expand its output in the UK market and develop business for streaming platforms.

Boseley, who has worked to expand Spun Gold’s documentary output over the last three years, will take up the position immediately.

Her recent executive producer credits include Inside Monaco for BBC2; observational docuseries The Grand Party Hotel for BBC1; and Stephen Fry’s 21st Century Firsts and My Years with The Queen, both for ITV.

Green said in a statement: “Bridget is a brilliant creative with an impressive track record of creating and delivering high quality factual programs. Bridget’s experience and talent will help drive Wag into new areas of programming with new networks and platforms.”

Prior to Spun Gold, Boseley was controller of factual at ITV where she commissioned such programming as Holiday Showdown and Bad Lads Army. She also previously served as head of features and formats at the BBC before joining Outline Productions as director of programs.

London-headquartered Wag Entertainment, which produces long-running series What on Earth and Strange Evidence for Science Channel and Combat Dealers for Discovery Channel, was acquired by Asacha Media Group in February 2021.

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Jillian Morgan is a special reports editor at realscreen with a background in journalism and digital marketing. She joined the publication in 2019 after serving as the assistant editor to trade publications HPAC and On-Site. With a bachelor of journalism from the University of King's College in Halifax, she also works as a freelance writer and fact-checker.

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