Netflix Names Anna Mallett VP, Physical Production for U.K., Local-Language Fare

Anna Mallett vp, physical production for U.K.
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Anna Mallett vp, physical production for U.K.

Most recently CEO of ITN, she will lead the Netflix production management team for live-action series, nonfiction and film from London.

Netflix said on Tuesday that it has named Anna Mallett vp, physical production for the U.K. and local-language production across Europe, Middle East and Africa, Latin America and Asia-Pacific.

Mallett, most recently CEO of ITN, will lead the Netflix production management team across these regions for live-action series, nonfiction and film. Based in London, she will report to vp, physical production Ty Warren.

"Anna brings a wealth of global production experience and strategic expertise to our production team as we continue to expand our investment in original programming throughout the world," said Warren. "I'm excited to work with her as we continue to stand up our productions and position the Netflix studio for its next stage of growth and success."

Said Mallett: "I am thrilled to be joining Netflix at this exciting time as the company continues to accelerate its production of great stories from all over the world. Netflix is a creative powerhouse, and I am looking forward to working with my exceptional new colleagues ... to bring the very best films and series to audiences everywhere."

Mallett joined ITN in April 2019, "overseeing one of the largest independent television production companies in the UK and the producer of live network news programming for ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5."

Prior to ITN, she served as chief operating officer and managing director, production of BBC Studios, where she was responsible for the business and operational leadership of all in-house production areas within BBC Studios. She also served as CEO of BBC Studios and Post Production and controller of business strategy.

Before the BBC, Mallett worked for seven years at the Boston Consulting Group in London, focusing on media and retail.