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Ed Tischler To Head Up Gravity Media’s UK Business

Gravity Media has promoted Ed Tischler to the position of Acting Managing Director. In this new role, Ed will be responsible for the strategic direction and commercial performance of all Gravity Media’s UK-based operations, which include Media Services & Facilities, Production & Content and Equipment Rental & Sales.

This appointment follows the recent move to the single brand of Gravity Media late last year and Ed will take the lead in integrating the former Gearhouse Broadcast, HyperActive Broadcast and Input Media businesses in the UK. In addition, Layla Cook has also been promoted, becoming Gravity Media’s new UK Broadcast Equipment Rental Manager.

Having joined Gearhouse Broadcast in 2007, Ed has occupied a number of roles as he progressed through the business culminating in his appointment as Managing Director of Gearhouse Broadcast UK in 2017. Previously he held the position of Head of Projects where he oversaw the successful planning and implementation of large-scale broadcasting contracts held by the Projects division, as well as actively sourcing and acquiring new commercial opportunities.

Ed will report directly into John Newton, Gravity Media’s CEO. In the UK he will work closely with James Gander who continues to oversee Gravity House, the Soho post-production facility, as well as the integrated workflows service for live broadcast and feature film post-production and Steve Norris, the new Director, Production and Content.

Commenting on his new role, Ed said: “While Gravity Media may be a new name, we have 30-years of experience of delivering world class content and it's exciting for me to lead this talented and experienced team going forward. The production, programming and content services we can now provide under one roof have been carefully brought together to suit every broadcast need and help to guide professionals through the ever-changing media landscape.”

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