Charlotte Street Partners launches media training practice

Strategic communications consultancy Charlotte Street Partners has created a media training and client film practice.

It is headed by John Boothman (pictured), who has joined as an associate partner after 30 years as a BBC journalist and programme maker, including the role of head of news and current affairs at BBC Scotland.

Also joining as an associate partner is former Bloomberg, CNBC and MTV broadcast journalist Harriet Moll, who also has experience of developing media strategy and content for corporate clients including Versace, The European House and Brioni.

The team is completed by a third hire, associate Stuart Taylor, who was previously policy and press officer for Scottish Labour’s shadow minister for children and young people Cara Hilton.

Andrew Wilson, co-founder of Charlotte Street Partners, said: “This is another positive development for the firm with three people of talent bringing a truly diverse range of experience to our client offer. We are building the business carefully and recruiting talented and experienced people to offer something different to the market in Scotland, London and across the UK.”

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