Thunderclap Media is expanding its team with the appointment of Susy Price as Executive Producer.
Price is joining the company to supercharge the start-up’s team and will be responsible for delivering the company's wide range of content and formats.
Thunderclap was launched under the Tinopolis banner in October 2017, and is headed by Managing Director Claire Zolkwer, a former ITV commissioning editor for comedy and entertainment.
Claire Zolkwer said: “Susy has an outstanding track record and has worked on some ground-breaking shows, so I am thrilled she is joining Thunderclap to apply her valuable expertise. We already have a number of unique projects in development and Susy will be instrumental in making them happen.”
Susy Price said: “I’m delighted to be working alongside Claire and I am really excited about her vision and ambition for Thunderclap. I cannot wait to get stuck in.”
Price has extensive experience in running entertainment, factual entertainment, reality, live and studio shows over her 15 years in the television industry. She has worked across some of the industry’s biggest and most popular formats including Big Brother, Celebrity Big Brother, Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, Don’t Tell The Bride, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, Gladiators, The Salon, So Graham Norton and Britain’s Next Top Model.
Since leaving Endemol Shine as Creative Director of Big Brother, Price has been Executive Producer at Tiger Aspect, overseeing the revival of C4 format Streetmate, and developed a number of factual entertainment and reality formats at Second Star and Studio Ramsay, part of the Objective Media Group.
For more information, please contact:
Saskia Wirth, Director of Communications, Tinopolis Group
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