Please wait...
Please wait...

Spun Gold exec joins Wag as creative director

London-based producer and distributor Wag Entertainment has hired former Spun Gold executive Bridget Boseley as its first creative director.

Bridget Boseley

Wag CEO Martin Durkin has been filling the role until now but the company is now looking to expand following its purchase by Asacha Media Group in February.

Wag plans to increase its production in the UK market and develop business with streamers.

Boseley was head of factual at UK indie Spun Gold for three years, consolidating relationships with the BBC and ITV.

Her recent credits include The Grand Party Hotel for BBC1 and Stephen Fry’s 21st Century Firsts and My Years With The Queen, both for ITV.

Boseley will report to Wag chief operating officer Steven Green and will be responsible for the development of domestic and global factual content.

Before working at Spun Gold, she was director of programmes at the UK’s Outline Productions for nine years.

Prior to that, Boseley was head of features and formats at the BBC, having been controller of factual at UK pubcaster ITV, where she commissioned Holiday Showdown and Bad Lads Army among other shows.

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


Please wait...