Little Dot Studios has moved Holly Graham to their Los Angeles division in the newly-created role of Head of Partnerships, USA. Graham, who has been with Little Dot Studios since it was founded in 2013, will lead their Los Angeles office, managing their current portfolio of LA-based clients and spearheading business development efforts in the US.
As a clear indication of their desire to shift focus towards the US, Graham will work closely with co-founder and CEO Andy Taylor to identify and develop business opportunities in the fast-growing US market. Graham’s permanent move to Los Angeles will begin in April 2018.
During her five years in the Little Dot Studios London office, Graham was a key member of the team, brokering and managing key deals with Channel 4, Discovery and Warner Bros. and leading the growth of many of their most successful digital ventures, including YouTube channels for Gordon Ramsay and The Graham Norton Show.
Prior to joining Little Dot Studios, Graham worked in the All3Media digital team and previously at Scripps Networks. She is a graduate in English Literature from the University of Oxford.
“Holly has been a key player and a huge driver of growth for Little Dot Studios in London, and has worked on many of our most important and most successful projects,” says Little Dot Studios CEO Andy Taylor. “She has been key in defining the kind of work that makes Little Dot great at what we do, and we are hugely excited to have her concentrate energy on our US ”
Little Dot Studios is one of the fastest-growing digital media companies, managing YouTube channels and social video for over 100 global TV brands. Founded in 2013 by Andy Taylor and Selma Turajlic, in partnership with All3Media, Little Dot Studios works with over 90 telelvision networks and studios and sports rights holders including ITV, Turner, Warner Bros., Viacom, Channel 4, Discovery, Formula E, The FA and England Cricket, with audiences reaching billions of views every month. They also run YouTube channels for a large number of hit shows and personalities, including Gordon Ramsay, The Graham Norton Show and Sir Mo Farah. Little Dot Studios is also one of the biggest producers of digital original video, developing and creating content for broadcasters and brands such as Samsung, Porsche, Pepsi and Honda.
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