Jane Turton
Karl Attard
United Kingdom




Turton became CEO of the U.K.-based production and distribution company in February 2015, after it was bought for $930 million by Discovery Communications and John Malone’s international cable business, Liberty Global. Managing 30 production companies all boasting unique creativity, Turton is a blend of determination and diplomacy. All3Media is the U.K.’s biggest independent prodco, with a growing presence in the U.S. Labels include Sam Mendes and Pippa Harris’ Neal Street, which produces horrorfest “Penny Dreadful”; Jack and Harry Williams’ comedy-drama shingle Two Brothers; Stephen Lambert’s indie Studio Lambert; and Dimitri Doganis and Bart Layton’s BAFTA-winning Raw. Among the offerings front and center at the company’s drama upfront in February were “Blinded,” its first foray into Scandinavian fare, and “The Feed,” from Walking Dead writer Channing Powell.


  • All3Media
  • ITV
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers


  • University of St. Andrews (UK)
  • Cranfield University (UK)

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • Women's Impact
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All3Media Promotes Jane Turton to CEO

All3Media Promotes Jane Turton to CEO

All3Media has promoted Jane Turton to the CEO post, putting the last piece in place following the U.K. production company's acquisition by Discovery Communications and Liberty Global.All3Media encompasses 20 separate entities, mostly focused on unscripted production, including Gordon Ramsay's One Potato Two Potato and "Undercover Boss" producer Studio Lambert.Turton, All3Media's chief operating officer, moves into the top job vacated in September by Farah Ramzan Golant following the Discovery-Liberty deal. Turton has been with the company since 2008.James Rosenstock, Discovery Communications...


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