Halo appoints COO and director of film post production

Halo Post Production has announced the appointments of Roger Beck (pictured) and David Turner to the roles of chief operating officer and director of film post production respectively.
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Halo Post Production has today announced the appointments of Roger Beck and David Turner to the roles of chief operating officer and director of film post production respectively.

The appointments follow Halo’s recent expansion into film audio and mark another key development for the company and its growth.

In his new position as COO of Halo Post Production, Beck will be responsible for managing the integration of the new Noel Street facility into the larger Halo group. He has over two decades of experience in media services. As head of film operations at Granada Television he had theoverall responsibility for the operational departments from 1984 to 1994. He also held the position of CEO at Technicolor Creative Services where he successfully integrated, streamlined and managed all divisions after the acquisition of Technicolor. Most recently Beck has worked for Ascent Media Group where as director of film services he managed the consolidation of two major film servicing companies for the group.

Newly appointed director of film post production, Turner brings a wealth of industry experience in film and television post production to the company. He has overseen the sound post on many high-profile feature films such as Clash of the Titans, Greenzone and Tamara Drewe and TV dramas like the highly acclaimed Luther and Law & Order: UK. Having previously worked at Molinare, Matrix Studios and BBC Radio, Turner has great experience in managing sound departments and whilst at Pepper Post, most recently, established England’s first Dolby Premier dubbing stage. John Rogerson, CEO of Halo Post Production, said: “Roger and Dave bring a wealth of experience in their respective fields, it’s a real boost to the team to have them joining at this exciting time. They are both well known and respected across the industry and each has a reputation for delivering consistently excellent results. Having them onboard makes Halo’s knowledge and skills base much broader and provides us with the opportunity to strengthen our current post offering while growing confidently into new markets.”

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