Web 2.0 business skills
innovator DTV announces key appointments to lead strategy, content &
Key strategy, content and sales management roles at April-launch business
skills video producer Digital Training Videos (DTV) - www.DTVuk.com -
have been made with the appointments of Sean Walsh and James Ralph.
Web 2.0 technology-enabled learning and development innovator DTV
delivers engaging, relevant, up-to-date business skills videos direct to
desktops. Core benefits in DTV training are greater value, flexibility,
choice, quality and trackability.
Focussing on communications, teamwork and leadership advice, DTV empowers
users with key knowledge for professional self-improvement in a fresh,
entertaining, accessible and affordable way.
Sean Walsh - Managing Director, DTV
Sean Walsh brings over 20 years of top-flight international broadcasting
experience to the day-to-day management lead at DTV.
Sean has produced and presented a range of network talk-shows, live
programmes and documentary coverage spanning News, Current Affairs,
Financial, Business, Telecoms, Aerospace and Sports.
Sean was Deputy Editor of Current Affairs, Anglia Television and Deputy
News Editor at ITN. He has also held senior production positions with
leading broadcasters including BBCTV News; an anchor and correspondent
for the US business channel CNBC; and as producer and presenter of the
internal TV programming for the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.
Sean also runs media and presentation coaching courses for senior
management and has worked with international corporates and institutions
including Mayer Brown, Inverness Medical Innovations, Eli Lilly and
James Ralph - Sales Director, DTV
Management and leadership development training specialist, James Ralph
takes on the role of Sales Director at DTV.
As a partner at a specialist mindset and behavioural change organisation,
James was responsible for the development of new business as well as
He brings over 10 years' experience of assisting individuals, teams and
businesses to improve organisation service and profitability through
better leadership and communications practice.
At DTV, James will be responsible for introducing DTV products to a broad
user base spanning corporations, public sector organisations, SMEs and
individual customers as well as academic institutions, industry
membership bodies and associations.
He will also be in charge of developing DTV's learning and development
distributors for the UK market.
DTV has been developed by communications specialist, Deliverers -
www.deliverers.co.uk, which for the past decade has been designing and
delivering bespoke corporate communications solutions and programmes to
thousands of employees of UK and international brands including
AstraZeneca, Schering-Plough, Virgin and HMV.
DTV launches in April 2008 with an initial release of 20 newly produced
films under the categories of communication, sales, customer service and
teamwork. New content and titles are being uploaded every month.
Notes for Editors:
DTV (Digital Training Videos) delivers engaging, relevant, up-to-date
business skills videos direct to desktops. DTV provides hassle-free
access to an extensive library of highly stimulating, affordable,
on-demand video films communicating key training needs. Focusing on
communications, teamwork and leadership advice, DTV empowers users with
key knowledge for professional self-improvement.
DTV offers bite-sized videos (between eight to ten minutes long) and
downloadable support material available on licence packages or
pay-per-view pricings. Users can view and select from an easily navigable
topic library, spanning personal and professional development,
management, leadership, coaching, communications, customer service,
sales, teamwork and sustainability.
DTV can also be deployed as an employee performance support system (EPSS)
for large organisations and academic institutions to provide just-in-time
(JIT), just-enough and 'just-for-me' learning for employees who are
DTV - delivering quality learning for today's business generation.
Sales & Marketing: James Ralph / Kelvin Lee, DTV, +44 (0) 844 225 2005
Media: Peter Muir, Bob Little Press & PR, +44 (0) 1296 715228