Managing Director - Daytime, ITV Studios
Leading a team of 400 people, producing 6.5 hours of live TV every day – across flagship brands Good Morning Britain, Lorraine, This Morning, and Loose Women
Emma Gormley is Managing Director of Daytime at ITV Studios. She is responsible for 6.5 hours of live TV every day, a team of over 400 people, and is Editor-in-Chief of ITV’s flagship brands Good Morning Britain, Lorraine, This Morning, and Loose Women. In this in-depth interview, Emma takes us behind the scenes on all the shows, talks in detail about how they are put together, her work modernising the brands and their future direction, innovations such as ‘This Morning Live’ which attracted 30,000 people to Birmingham’s NEC, the importance of social media to connect directly with the audience, the recent move of their entire operation from London’s South Bank to the recently-revamped BBC Television Centre in Shepherd’s Bush – and shares pride in her team, noting the shows are increasingly setting the news agenda itself.
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