Isle of Media, the national development agency for the Isle of Man’s thriving digital, content and media technology cluster is adding leading media professional, Ellen Windemuth to its Advisory Panel.
Ellen Windemuth, CEO of Off the Fence, founded the company in 1994 which is now part of the German ZDF Enterprises Group. Off the Fence has acquired, produced and co-produced over 6,000 hours of content, winning more than 100 prestigious awards along the way.
Ellen, a seasoned Executive Producer and Distributor has produced over 500 hours to date herself and is Chair of the Jackson Hole Film Festival Board, as well as being actively involved in conservation and land development. Her experience in factual entertainment programming is extensive in both production and distribution.
Ellen was recently presented with the prestigious Wildscreen’s Christopher Parson’s Outstanding Achievement Awards 2018.
She has three children and a great passion for the outdoors. Having visited the Island numerous times, Ellen’s most recent venture, WaterBear, has produced a new series including a feature of the Isle of Man Beach Buddies. The video has been shortlisted for the Good Natured: Conservation Optimism short film festival. It showcases the positive influence the Beach Buddies have on the wider community, and the fun they all have in the process, increasing community spirit, general wellbeing and depolluting the beautiful beaches with this UNESCO Biosphere.
Michael Wilson, CEO of Isle of Media, said:
“Growing the Advisory Panel is important for Isle of Media as it shows the depth of knowledge and experience the organisation can call on. The Panel review our strategy and their global network allows the business to develop contacts and attract businesses from across the world.
We are delighted that Ellen is joining the Panel. As a frequent visitor to the Isle of Man, she is fully aware of the many business and lifestyle benefits media companies can take advantage of, when basing their businesses here.
We appreciate the time that all our advisors give, and the benefit this brings to the Isle of Man economy and the media cluster we are building.”