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‘Netflix for green content’ opens new Bristol office

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Green.TV, the world’s first production and distribution house dedicated to the sustainability, conservation and the cleantech sector, has opened a new office in Bristol.

It has also appointed a new managing director as part of its ambitious expansion plans.

The global digital video network, which has worked with high-profile names such as Nissan Europe, the UN, Cisco, WWF and the National Trust, is aiming to position itself as the ‘Netflix for green content’.

Rich Keith will be the new managing director.

He will drive the next phase of strategic development and growth for Green.TV, including channel and content partnerships, licensing opportunities and operational restructuring.

Previously the general manager at the Yogscast, one of the world’s first and biggest YouTube networks, Rich has more than 17 years’ experience running media brands.

He comments: “I’m really excited to be expanding Green.TV’s operations to Bristol.

“Not only is it the European Green Capital, the Bristol area has an amazing creative digital focus, recently being named as the biggest digital cluster outside of London.

“We have a clear vision for Green.TV to build on its market-leading position and create a true world leader in providing digital video on demand for factual green content.

“There is no better place than Bristol for us to fulfil this vision.”

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