Malcolm Wall Media

Building on an extensive career across the media spectrum, Malcolm Wall now advises businesses and individuals on strategy and implementation.

Malcolm combines a Non Executive Directorship portfolio with advisory work.

He has recently worked with the Abu Dhabi Media Zone Authority and its sister companies on a full review of activities and output. He has been a lead advisor to an investment group looking at making acquisitions in the telecoms sector. He has worked with the Digicel Group developing a pay television platform in the Caribbean.

In 2014, he established and developed a company to provide film services in China for the joint venture partners, Pinewood Plc and Seven Stars Media and Entertainment.

He is Chairman of dock10 Ltd, the Media City production facility and largest independent television studios in the UK.

He is Chairman of Audioboom Plc, the spoken word social network.

He is Chairman of Eagle Eye Plc, the UK market leader in digital promotions.

He is also Non Executive Director of Image Nation LLC, the Abu Dhabi based, international film fund.

Malcolm is available for long-term advisory roles and specific projects.

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