Kevin Moroney - Director

Worked in the broadcast and mobile sector for over twenty years in a variety of roles including Commercial Management, Regulated business, Business development, Operations, Logistics & Major Contracts.

He is currently working with Comux on the 700MHz Clearance programme. From 2008 – 2015, as the Regulatory and Compliance Director, he led the regulated business of Arqiva which included responsibility for the 800MHz Clearance programme and preparations for 700MHz Clearance.

He was also responsible for providing wholesale reference offers for TV and radio and managing relations with the UK industry regulators. He was also a member of the senior management team overseeing a £750m infrastructure programme to enable Digital Terrestrial Television Digital Switch over in the UK. Accountable for commercial bids, negotiation with third party providers to integrate solutions within an overall service proposition.

Prior to this, as part of the launch of ‘Freeview’ in 2002, he led Crown Castle’s negotiations for carriage contracts with customers such as MTV, BSkyB, emap, Channel 4 and others and with BBC to provide coding and compression and with BT for fibre distribution.

From 2004 – 2008, he held commercial responsibility for Crown Castle’s Multiplex operation and during this time, revenues increased from £22m to c£60m p.a. In 2007, he assumed overall responsibility for the day to day operation of the multiplex division.

Dan Cherowbrier - Director

Has experience in technical, commercial and general management gained across the broadcast and telecommunications industry.

He is currently Chief Operating Officer at Vintage TV where he has responsibility for distribution, operations, digital services, business development and financial controls. He was promoted into the role of COO, having previously developed the channel on a part-time basis as Chief Technology Officer. During his tenure, the channel has launched on Freeview, developed a new digital presence and renegotiated its playout, transmission and ad sales contracts.

Dan previously worked for ITV where he was appointed General Manager of the Digital Production Partnership (DPP) - a new joint venture organisation set up to further the use of digital processes in TV production.

He joined ITV from Arqiva, where he began his career having graduating with a first class honours degree in broadcast engineering. Initially working on satellite, terrestrial and radio projects, Dan subsequently progressed to operational management of the commercial DTT systems, and then into business management and commercial negotiations specialising in corporate mergers and acquisitions.

Before moving to ITV, Dan was advising on new channel launches and contract renewals as an internal consultant within Arqiva.