Speed Pitching

The Speed Pitching event will give you a unique chance to present your ideas to one of four successful TV executives. If you’ve got a great idea, sign-up for the session making your pitch no more than three minutes long. Choose to present it to either Helen Bullough, Charisse Holder, Sue Murphy, or Cat Lewis. This is your chance to get feedback from TV executives in an informal environment.

To enter, visit the speed pitching page on the exposures website and download the entry form.

Will your idea stand up to the dragons?

  • Helen Bullough
    – Executive / Managing Editor of Entertainment Productions
    – BBC Manchester
    Helen currently oversees a creative team responsible for projects as varied as Question of Sport, Mastermind and Dragons’ Den. Helen’s programme specialism lies in factual entertainment shows.
  • Charisse Holder
    – Head of Lifestyle and Entertainment
    – Channel m
    Charisse covers many genres from what’s on in Greater Manchester and celebrity chat, to the newest and hottest bands on the music scene.
  • Sue Murphy
    – Head of Features
    – Channel 4
    Sue oversees the channel’s roster of popular and distinctive lifestyle shows including BAFTA award-winning Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares and How To Look Good Naked with Gok Wan.
  • Cat Lewis
    – Managing Director
    – Nine Lives
    Director of independent production company, Nine Lives, Cat has been an on-screen reporter and award-winning producer for the BBC and Granada and an Executive Producer for BBC, Channel 4, ITV1, Five, Living and Sky, making factual programmes. Recent commissions include a series of crime documentaries called Nightmare in Suburbia.

Please note: This event will take place at URBIS.