Bahrain firm launches TV, radio unit
Manama, May 7, 2012
Bahrain-based Unisono, a leading independent creative agency, has announced the launch of its television and radio division.
The division is to be headed by Julia Klein, who has more than 25 years of experience in the film and television industry.
At Unisono, Julia will be heading the regional division not only to provide international standards to clients and extend Unisono operations into the Gulf, but also to grow Bahrain's TV industry and, in alignment with Unisono's education focused CSR programme, to help develop young talent in Bahrain.
Julia's home country is South Africa where she began her career in feature films working with the likes of Morgan Freeman and Dean Semler.
Ten years later, Julia became a partner of a leading production house (Giant Films), where she produced commercials for a variety of award-winning directors throughout the world, such as Bruno Aveillan, Fabrice Carazo, Ian Gabriel, Miles Goodall and Oscar winner Hugh Hudson.
She has been in Bahrain since 2010 and has already produced successful commercials and corporate videos for a range of clients including BNP Paribas, Bapco and Movenpick.
'We have exclusive access to top international award winning directors, including Danny Boyle, Miles Goodall, Ian Campbell and Graham Rose,' Klein said.
'Our focus is not just to bring great international talent into Bahrain but also to develop world-class talent here in Bahrain and this will form a key part of our offer. It is truly an exciting time to be in our industry here in Bahrain,' she said.
Unisono chief executive Amy Morgan said the integration of the television and radio division is integral to our philosophy of delivering media neutral, brand centric communications. – TradeArabia News Service
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