This month The Apple TV + turned six since its launch, enough time to stock up on the results of your strategies. Without a doubt, the streaming platform has shown that quality is a top priority and is not hesitant to find the necessary talent to continue to complete its content catalog.
In this first semester we saw the interest of Apple TV + experimenting with various content formats, such as Creatures, Movies and Documents directed by leading experts in each area. To continue with this building, Apple has hired Alison Kirkham, responsible for BBC & # 39; Planet Earth & # 39;
Apple is hiring a major BBC producer
Alsion Kirkham, who was in charge of BBC events and responsible for a series of documentaries including Planet II and Blue Planet II will join Apple TV Plus this summer and will reign original series and films without a script in Europe.
Based on information shared from birth, Kirkham is the first major employee of Apple's UK team since film producer Joe Oppenheimer joined the tech gior in 2018.
Alison joined the BBC in 2005 and it is clear that her departure after 15 years has not left the executives of Britain's largest network. On her departure from the BBC, Charlotte Moore, chief content officer of the BBC, said:
I would like to thank Alison for leading the events during a time of such great creative success… We will all miss her and I hope you will join me in wishing her a new role.
This week it was confirmed that Apple has extended its contract with the producer of the highly successful series "The Morning Show", now with the hiring of Kirkham, all showing that Apple has also made its mark and is preparing its team to fulfill the expected series I completed copying Apple TV + .