Stephanie Burke Production Manager
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Stephanie Burke

About me: I have been in Production for 20 years working my way up to Production Manager, then Line Producer to currently Production Executive at BSLBT.
I have worked across a lot of different genres to include drama, documentary, cookery, lifestyle. I have negotiated budgets and contracts over the years with Broadcaster. I enjoy the every challenges of making budgets and schedules work to help make programmes.

19 years experience.

Genre: Childrens, Comedy, Current Affairs, Documentary, Drama, Drama Documentary, Magazine Programmes, Observational Documentary, Sport

Additional skills: Archive, File Based Formats, Health And Safety, Negotiating a contract with a broadcaster

Other skills: I have worked closely with LBA on drawing up contracts, overseen H&S on drama production in covid times

Willing to be based in: London / South East

Languages: English


Fantasy Homes By The Sea

Production company: Hat Trick; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Light Entertainment; Broadcaster: UKTV.

A series helping people choose a Fantasy home by the Sea , it was a presenter lead series around the UK.

Murder In Soho: Who Killed Freddie Mills?

Production company: Phoenix Television; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC.

A documentary about how Freddie Mills was killed and by whom. Lots of exciting archive and interviews with the family

Jo Frost On Britain’s Killer Kids

Production company: Woodcut Media; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: AETN.

Presenter lead documentary with Jo Frost interviewing the families of the victims. archive and drama reconstruction

The Royal House Of Windsor

Production company: Spun Gold TV; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: Channel 4.

7 part Royal archive documentary series following the history of the Royal family through to present day

Our Sponsors

The PMA is sponsored by a variety of companies in the film and television industry. We have a long-standing relationship with many of them dating back to the PMA’s inception in 1991.

PMA members benefit from the information and services that our sponsors can provide, while sponsors gain access to the upper echelon of Production Managers in the UK who are major purchasers for the industry.

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We only have one sponsor per area of business but occasionally opportunities to become a sponsor of the PMA do arise.

Sponsors get the chance to meet our members several times a year, host parties, explain their services and write for our magazine The Bottom Line.

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