Managing Director, Screentime NZ & Executive Director, Screentime GroupEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Screentime Executive Team
One of Australia’s most highly respected television executives, Bob Campbell has spent his career working in the media.Having held senior management positions with the Network TEN he was appointed Managing Director and CEO of the Seven Network in 1987, a position he held until 1995. Forming Screentime in 1996 with Des Monaghan, the television production company is a member of the Banijay Group and has operations in Australia, New Zealand and Ireland, With productions in all genres including telemovies, mini-series, long form drama, comedy, serial drama and infotainment/reality, Screentime also produces formats which are owned by the group in over 40 countries.
With multiple awards to his credit, Greg Haddrick is one of Australia's leading writer/producers. Writer of the first block of Home & Away, his early credits also include co-writing and script-editing Elly & Jools and writing for E-Street, GP, Blue Heelers and Flying Doctors. Haddrick is executive producer of Underbelly:Squizzy for NINE, as well as Janet King and ANZAC Girls for the ABC.
One of Australia’s leading entertainment executives, Jennifer Collins is Screentime’s Head of Non-Fiction. Prior to her appointment as Head of Entertainment, Jennifer spent three years as ABC TV’s Head of Factual where she commissioned hundreds of hours of factual and documentary programming including Poh’s Kitchen, Who’s Been Sleeping in My House, Dream Build and one of the networks most successful shows of 2013 – The Checkout.
Des Monaghan is one of Australia’s leading and multi-award winning Executive Producers.Formerly Controller of Programming and subsequently Director of Program and Production for Television New Zealand (TVNZ) Networks 1 and 2, in the late 1980s, Monaghan set up South Pacific Pictures Limited before being appointed Network Director of Production and Program Development for the Seven Network in Australia. Forming Screentime in 1996 with Bob Campbell, the television production company has operations in Australia, New Zealand and Ireland. With productions in all genres including telemovies, mini-series, long form drama, comedy, serial drama and infotainment/reality, Screentime also produces formats which are owned by the group in over 40 countries.
Commencing his career at EMI Records at their Abbey Road Studio, Ian Gledhill joined BMG in the United Kingdom in 1992. In 1997 Ian joined Grundy Europe in London before being appointed Corporate Accountant of Grundy Television, Sydney in 1999.In 2000 Ian was appointed as Finance Manager of Fremantlemedia Australia before joining Screentime Pty Ltd as Head of Finance in 2005.
Kerrie Mainwaring has produced some of Australia’s most highly celebrated television productions including Peter Allen: Not The Boy Next Door, Catching Milat, INXS: Never Tear Us Apart as well as the highly anticipated Brock.
Previously Head of Production - Drama for Southern Star, Kerrie’s other credits include Paper Giants: Magazine Wars, Howzat: Kerry Packer’s War, Puberty Blues and Wild Boys - as well as having line produced Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo and Rescue Special Ops. Her earlier credits include East West 101, Spirited and the first series of Rake.