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Register now for Pact Commissioner Briefing with Channel 4’s Danny Horan

We're heading to Bristol for the third session in our latest Commissioner Briefing events in the nations and regions.

Date: Monday 28th October
Time: 11:00am – 2:00pm
Location: Bristol
Venue: TBC

Pact members are invited to join us for the chance to hear from Channel 4 Head of Factual, Danny Horan. In his role, Danny oversees Documentaries and with newly appointed Head of Specialist, Fatima Salaria, is responsible for History, Science, Natural History, Arts and Adventure. The department produces everything from 24 Hours in Police Custody, Prison, SAS, and the upcoming Criminal Justice, to Grayson Perry, Guy Martin and First Dates.
 

Running order
 
To kick the session off, Danny will discuss Channel 4’s factual commissioning priorities with Pact Head of Nations and Regions, Tris Payne.
 
Members will then have the chance to meet one-to-one with Danny within 10 minute meeting slots. This is an opportunity for you to ask specific questions, as well as for Danny to find out more about your company.
 
Tea/coffee and lunch will be provided.
 

Register now

This event is exclusively for Pact members.

To RSVP, please e-mail Hannah@pact.co.uk.

If you would like to request a 1-2-1 meeting slot, please make sure you specify this in your e-mail. Slots are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
 
 
More about Danny
 

As Head of Factual, Danny oversees Documentaries and with newly appointed Head of Specialist, Fatima Salaria, is responsible for History, Science, Natural History, Arts and Adventure. The department produces everything from 24 Hours in Police Custody, Prison, SAS, and the upcoming Criminal Justice, to Grayson Perry, Guy Martin and First Dates.
 
Prior to joining Channel 4, Danny was Commissioning Editor for Documentaries  at the BBC. He has commissioned award-winning Hospital, Louis Theroux’s Dark States, Ambulance, Generation Gifted and Murdered For Being Different, amongst many other series and single films across BBC one, TWO and three.