- Richard Bridges – Director of Anthology Media Ltd
Richard was a financial journalist with the Daily Telegraph before joining Capital International in Geneva as a research analyst in 1992. He spent 14 years covering technology, media and telecommunications in Europe and the US and was head of European research before leaving in 2006. Since then he has served on the boards of organisations supporting classical music, including the Monteverdi Trust and Academy of Ancient Music.
- Elizabeth Price
Elizabeth Price is a qualified executive coach, working with senior leaders in the financial, legal and commercial fields. She began her career in asset management, focusing primarily on UK equity investments. Elizabeth became a senior portfolio manager at Mercury Asset Management and, subsequently, she was appointed as a partner of a UK based investor relations practice, liaising between FTSE 100 companies and their major investors. She has also worked as a correspondent for Reuters TV.
Elizabeth was educated at the University of York and at Vassar College. She graduated with a First Class Honours degree in English.
- Torin Douglas, MBE
Torin was the BBC media correspondent from 1989 until his retirement in 2013. He has reported on the work of six BBC director generals, six BBC chairmen and a dozen cabinet ministers responsible for broadcasting and press issues.
He covered the royal family’s “annus horribilis” in 1992, the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, and the ongoing debate over press and privacy. He has reported on the birth of BSkyB and the growth of the Murdoch empire, the ITV licence auction and mergers, and more than one BBC crisis.
Before joining the BBC, he worked for the Independent Broadcasting Authority, the Times, the Economist and the Independent, and presented LBC Radio’s media show.
Torin studied history at the University of Warwick and is married with three children. He was awarded an MBE in the 2013 New Year’s Honours list for services to the community in Chiswick.