ABOUT SAMINA

Hailing from Manchester, Samina headed for the bright lights of London to study design and forge a career in fashion. However, life took an interesting turn and she found herself in the broadcast industry.
 

Fast-forward 20 years and Samina is a successful and highly experienced broadcaster and media skills trainer with extensive knowledge of both TV and radio.
 

Beginning her career behind the scenes as a floor manager and a first assistant director saw her work across some of the most ground-breaking programmes on British TV including, Big Breakfast, TFI Friday, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and Big Brother.
 

Her presenting career was launched when Ebb&Flow, a highly successful communications company, approached her to become the face of Be-Utd, a campaign to investigate race equality in the UK for the government under the leadership of Gordon Brown.

The findings from this campaign were used towards updating the Equality Bill, which became the Equality Act in 2010.
 

Samina went from strength to strength, providing content for the BBC Asian Network, Health Sector TV, Islam Channel and Reuters to mention a few, interviewing high profile individuals including, Ed Miliband, former Labour leader; Baroness Brinton, Liberal Democrats President and Baroness Sayeeda Warsi.

 

She launched her production facility in 2015 creating TV  programming and video content spanning a variety of genres, including fintech, finance, current affairs, educational, entertainment and corporate. 
 

Her team are currently relishing the challenge of producing a variety of video content for numerous clients ranging from TV channels, production companies to corporate clients.
 

Details of video production services and examples of our video portfolio can be found here.

Our media training service creates  bespoke packages to mentor clients from all sectors. Our team of journalists gain great fulfillment coaching individuals and groups for media interviews across TV, radio, print and online.
 

Details of this service can be found here.


Contact our team to discuss your video production and media training needs or to chat about your ideas.

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With Rob Neil, MoJ

Interview with Rob Neil, Ministry of Justice