With 26 years experience in the Broadcast industry Tim has been involved in multiple facets of the African television, music, events and youth culture space.
He was part of the team to launch the MTV brand in Africa in 2005 and went on to Head up the MTV Base brand on the continent. He also served as Senior Creative Director at Viacom International Media Networks Africa where he headed up creative projects for BET, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon in South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ghana and Angola.
Cause+Effect Executive Creative Director/ Director
Bex is an award-winning omnichannel Executive Creative Director / Director at Cause+Effect. She writes, directs, handles social strategy, and creates content for clients like SYFY, Nickelodeon, First Look Media, TruTV, WeTV, VH1, Freeform, NBC, and Lifetime. Bex comes from the theatre/comedy world and loves working with talent (especially celebrities) to craft the perfect performance.
Harry Ead is Design Director at DixonBaxi. He has worked with a diverse range of brands and businesses reaching audiences all over the world. From forward-thinking tech platforms to Oscar winners and some of the biggest sporting brands in the world.
truTV Executive Vice President of Marketing & Digital
Puja Vohra serves as executive vice president of marketing and digital for truTV. In this role, she is responsible for the development and execution of all on and off-air marketing, digital and creative services strategies, as well as creating and implementing innovative campaigns to expand the truTV brand and promote the network and its programming to consumers and the trades. She is based in New York and reports to Chris Linn, president of truTV.
Pete has directed commercials Coca-Cola, Duracell and other leading brands and has created idents and broadcast design for amongst others MTV America, Hallmark, Sc-FI Channel, Nickelodeon, Disney, Star TV and Channel [V]. His Car Horn Orchestra live action ident shot in India for Channel [V] won a World Gold Promax award.
Rob considers himself to be one of the luckiest people on the planet, not just because he’s got an awesome wife (he does) and wonderful children (they aren’t really…actually more trouble than they’re worth) but because he’s got a career doing what he likes to do, actually loves to do, and he gets a paycheck for it.
Arnab Chaudhuri is the director of the 2012 Indian Disney animated feature ‘Arjun the warrior prince’. He has been in the media industry for over 20 years and has worked for various brands in that period including Channel [V], Cartoon Network, Pogo and the Walt Disney company in roles ranging from intern to managing director. He is currently running his own production shop, Banabo.