Comprehensive understanding of the entertainment sector and the competitive landscape, including an understanding of economic, commercial and editorial issues affecting the industry. A wide knowledge of audience trends and content consumption.
Passionate about helping others fulfill their potential, developing winning strategies & growth through innovation. Focused on building brands that make a positive and lasting impression on consumers and the wider communities they serve. Enjoy creative work environments where talented people can excel and achieve results greater than they imagined possible.
Originally from England, Paul spent a decade in the UK leading successful media teams and was announced as one of the industry’s 30 Under 30. In 2012 Paul relocated to Canada and joined Newcap Radio leading strategy, operations, content and team development in Calgary and Vancouver. During this time he was also a key part of the corporate team as the National Talent Development Director responsible for improving performance across all product teams and leading talent acquisition from coast to coast.
In 2016, Paul joined Rogers as Vice President, Product & Talent Development tasked with supporting radio and digital teams to improve and innovate products nationwide in addition to leading the divisions talent strategy. In 2020, Paul’s role expanded as he became Vice President, Music Brands & In House Productions. Paul is now responsible for the strategy and brand development of the company’s music-based audio brands and in house TV productions including overseeing multi-platform content creation, talent success, research and integrated branded content solutions. Responsible for supporting the growth and development of 350+ creative people.
Paul is a certified coach who has worked with individuals and teams on a variety of consultancy and coaching projects. He has coached leaders on their personal and professional development, worked with organizations to enhance creativity and advised business leaders on strategy across a variety of industries.