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Seven’s various vary of Actuality TV programming will likely be overseen by D’Souza within the newly-established function.
The Seven Community in the present day introduced that Sylvia D’Souza has been appointed to the brand new function of Head of Actuality.
Reporting to Seven’s Director of Manufacturing, Andrew Backwell, D’Souza will likely be accountable for the community’s main slate of actuality applications, together with MKR, Farmer Needs A Spouse, SAS Australia, Kitchen Nightmares, Border Safety – Australia’s Entrance Line and several other new reveals for 2023 that haven’t but been introduced.
D’Souza was beforehand an Govt Producer at Seven. Her in depth credit on the community embrace SAS Australia, Farmer Needs A Spouse, MKR, Home Guidelines, Bride and Prejudice, Seven 12 months Change and The All New Monty Guys and Gals.
Her profession additionally contains roles at Endemol Shine Australia, CJZ and 9 Community, engaged on reveals corresponding to Married At First Sight, Journey Guides, Bondi Rescue, MasterChef Australia and Australian Survivor.
“Sylvia has been a useful member of the Seven group for a few years and I’m delighted she has agreed to tackle this vital new function, main the manufacturing of a lot of our present hit reveals and a few implausible new reveals for subsequent 12 months and past.”
“It’s an absolute privilege to be entrusted to steer Seven’s compelling slate of actuality reveals. I’m enthusiastic about what’s to return and grateful to manufacturing and programming gods Andrew Backwell and Angus Ross and the numerous gifted producers and manufacturing groups we work with who assist deliver these reveals to life.”
D’Souza’s promotion to Head of Actuality follows the announcement final month that Majella Wiemers has been appointed to the brand new function of Head of Leisure. Wiemers is becoming a member of Seven from ITV Studios Australia, the place she has been Head of Leisure since March 2018.