Radio & Television

Peacock Alley expands creative leadership team

TORONTO — Production company Peacock Alley Entertainment today announced several creative leadership appointments within the company. This follows last week’s announcement that producer Mary Anne Waterhouse has been hired as Peacock Alley’s new executive vice-president of content production. The appointments announced today include Diana Foley (above, left) taking on the role of director of nonfiction development and production, and Eli Campbell (right) being hired as director of scripted development. In addition, Michael Brum is joining Peacock Alley as director of post production. In their newly created roles, Foley and Campbell will oversee content development, from concept to series, and all...

Our industry and COVID-19

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