Announcing two new TAC Council members

3 August 2018

TAC is pleased to announce that Nia Ceidiog, owner of Ceidiog Cyf., and Llinos Griffin-Williams,
Executive Producer, Factual and International Co-productions at Wildflame Productions, have joined TAC Council following a call for new members.

Gareth Williams, Chair of TAC, said, “I’m delighted to welcome Nia Ceidiog and Llinos
Griffin-Williams to the Council. Nia’s extensive experience in producing and presenting will be
invaluable when discussing industry-wide matters, and Llinos’ field of expertise will foster an
international element which is increaingly important as Welsh producers reach out to a wider range of partners.

”It’s vital to TAC Council that we reflect the diversity of scale which we see among the companies
that play such a crucial role in the independent television production sector in Wales. Both Ceidiog
and Wildflame contribute to that balance, and we look forward very much to the first new-look TAC Council meeting next month.”

Nia Ceidiog
Nia CeidiogThe first step on Nia’s road to a career in television was making an egg curry onscreen. She established an independent production company in 1996 after spending several years on camera and behind the scenes as a producer and director. That same company has been producing
children’s programmes and documentaries ever since, garnering many nominations and awards along the way. Nia believes that serving on TAC Council will giver her an opportunity to speak for small indies and to share the concerns and possibilities on offer for producers of varying sizes in the turbulent yet exciting current media landscape.

Llinos Griffin-Williams
Llinos Griffin-WilliamsA Bafta-nominated Series Producer, Llinos is Executive Producer, Factual and International Coproductions at Wildflame Productions, which is now part of the global Flame Group. She leads oninternational content development, and will be exec producing a slate of factual content for both domestic and international broadcasters. A History graduate, Llinos worked for the BBC before becoming a Researcher and Assistant Producer for various indies before joining Green Bay Media, where she became Head of Content. She co-runs the industry networking groups Push Auto and Women in TV, and is also Vice Chair of RTS Cymru Wales.

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