Director Bruce McAvaney has worked as a sports broadcaster on Australian television and radio for near-on four decades. He has broadcast every Summer Olympics from 1984, as well as three Winter Games (1998, 2002, 2006). The Australian Olympic Committee has acknowledged Bruce’s contribution to Olympics broadcasting with its prestigious Order of Merit. Bruce has a long association with world class swimming and athletics. He continues to anchor major sporting events including AFL football and Australia’s premier horse race, the Melbourne Cup, for national broadcaster Channel Seven. He remains the only commentator recognised with a Logie Award.
Managing Director Anne Johnson has worked for 30 years primarily in print and broadcast news in Australia and overseas as a journalist and producer. As well as holding editorial and staff management roles, she remains an on-call consultant for factual series. Anne has authored a number of books, producing multi-media digital memoirs for print and web publication. A member of the Institute of Professional Editors (IPED) and past National Secretary of Oral History Australia (OHA), Anne’s work producing screen documentaries is recognised through membership of the Australian Screen Writers’ Guild and Screen Producers Australia.