About Kate Bulkley
An award-winning business journalist both on camera and in print, Kate contributes to national UK newspapers and also writes regularly for specialist publications, including DTVE (formerly Cable & Satellite Europe), Hollywood Reporter and Broadcast Magazine in the UK.
An American, Kate has lived and worked in London since 1990, first as International Editor for pay TV title Cable World magazine; then as Media Editor for European Business News, a 24-hour, pan-European channel, owned by Dow Jones & Co., where she created and co-presented the award-winning, daily half-hour media show called Media Report. From 1998 to 2001, Kate was on-screen Media and Telecommunications Editor at CNBC Europe, a co-venture between NBC and Dow Jones & Co.
Kate began her journalism career at CNN in Washington, DC and subsequently worked in radio and in print in Colorado where she was senior reporter at The Denver Business Journal.
Kate has a master's degree in international economics and politics from the Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (part of Johns Hopkins University in Maryland), and an undergraduate degree in Modern European Studies from Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts.
Kate is a media commentator, moderator and consultant. She is the Awards Secretary for the Broadcasting Press Guild’s annual Television & Radio Awards (she has held this post since 2007!) The BPG is an association of the UK’s media writers & TV critics (www.broadcastingpressguild.org); she is also a past Chair of the BPG (2004 to 2006). Kate is also a past Chair of the the Royal Television Society's Early Evening Events Committee (2006-2010) and she remains on the committee (www.rts.org.uk). Kate has been involved with IBC (the NAB of Europe) for many years. She is on the IBC 2018 Keynote Committee and is the Consulting Editor of the IBC Conference 2018. (www.ibc.org).
Kate can be contacted through her email email@example.com.
Sale or Scale Panel 2018
Kate participated in the February 2018 panel on Sale or Scale, chaired by Matthew Garrahan of the FT, Mediatique’s Mathew Horsman, consultant Mike Darcey and co-founder of indie producer Expectation Tim Hincks.
Kate at the BPG Awards March 2018
Kate and Mackenzie Crook, actor and writer, Detectorists
Kate and Lesley Sharp, actress, Three Girls
Kate, Geoff Lloyd, Emma Barnett and Ed Miliband, radio winners
Kate, Prue Leith (Judge on the Great British Bake Off) and Jake Kanter, Business Insider
Kate and Toby Jones, actor, Detectorists
Emma Barnett, BBC Radio 5 Live, Radio Broadcaster of the Year and Kate
Kate at the BPG Awards March 2017
Kate with Pip Torrens from The Crown and Matthew Macfadyen from Ripper Street
With Phoebe Waller-Bridge star of Fleabag
With Hugh Laurie from The Night Manager
With Kenton Allen, VEO of Big Talk Productions, producer of Mum
Pip Torrens, Kate, Keeley Hawes, actress and Matthew Macfadyen
Ross Biddiscombe, Kate and Jared Harris from The Crown
With Stephen Daldry, director, The Crown and Andy Harries, Executive Producer The Crown
Kate at the BPG Awards March 2016
BPG Awards March 2016. Ross Biddescombe, Journalist and Writer, Kate, Mary Berry, Food writer and Television Presenter and John Lloyd, comedy writer and producer of Black Adder and QI
BPG Awards March 2016. Kate with Rob Delaney, writer and star of Catastrophe on Channel 4 and Amazon Prime Video
BPG Awards March 2016. Kate with actors Mark Gatiss (Sherlock, Wolf Hall) and Adam James (Doctor Foster)
BPG Awards March 2016. Kate with Russell T Davies, who revived Dr Who and wrote Cucumber, Banana and Tofu for Channel4, E4 and All 4
Kate at the BPG Awards Lunch March 13th 2015
Eutelsat TV Awards Best Programme, Rome, Nov 28th 2014
Kate handed out the gong to the winner of the Eutelsat TV Awards Best Programme in Rome on Nov 28th 2014. This is the report of Sky Italia, home of the series.
Kate at the BPG TV & Radio Awards March 28 2014
Kate is the BPG Awards Secretary - these are photos from the March 28, 2014 BPG Awards.
Also see Kate dancing with Strictly Come Dancing's Bruce Forsyth at the BPG Awards here:
Kate at Casbaa 2013 in Hong Kong
Kate at the Broadcast Digital Awards 2013
Kate at the BPG TV & Radio Awards March 14 2013 at One Whitehall Place, London
Tim Carter, CEO of Twenty Twenty, with the BPG's Kate Bulkley and Gareth Malone of The Choir: Military Wives
Kate on stage at Casbaa in Hong Kong in Nov 2011
Kate chaired the MediaGuardian Changing Broadcasting Summit Oct 31, 2007 (pic by Martin Cooke)
Kate Bulkley (Courtesy BT Tradespace 2007)
CTAM conference 25-26th September Berlin, Germany Photo courtesy of CTAM
From the Media Guardian Create in China Conference, October 2008
Mipcom TV Market October 13 to 17 2008 Cannes, France
Kate at Mipcom TV Market October 13 to 17 2008 Cannes, France
Pictures from the Broadcasting Press Guild awards, 2011 (Click the image for a larger version)
Kate with Nigel Pargetter of The Archers aka Graham Seed
Richard Brooke of The Times, Kate, Patricia Hodge
Kate with Julian Fellowes the writer of Downton Abbey and his wife
Kate with Professor Brian Cox
Kate with Miranda Hart the comedian
Kate with Journalist Ross Biddiscombe
Pictures from the Broadcasting Press Guild awards, 2010 (Click the image for a larger version)
Peter Capaldi, actor in The Thick of It with Kate
Kate with actor Matthew Macfadyen (he won for Enid)
Kate with Eddie Mair for The PM Programme
Terry Wogan with Kate
Maxine Peake with Kate
Kate with Gareth Malone who won for The Choir: Unsung Town
Pictures from the Broadcasting Press Guild awards, 2008 (Click the image for a larger version)
Gavin and Stacey star Joanna Page, the BPG's Kate Bulkley, and writer Ruth Jones
Andrew Marr (centre) chats to Kate Bulkley and David Wigg
Kate Bulkley discusses the schedule with Barney Jones, Editor of The Andrew Marr Show
Cranford and Life on Mars star Philip Glenister gives a pre-show interview
Kate with Andrew Marr
Photos: Richard Kendal and Kate Bulkley
Pictures from the Broadcasting Press Guild awards, 2007 (Click the image for a larger version)
Kate with Stephen Fry, actor who won an award for The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive
kate, Liz Smith, actress, John Rushton, producer and Sue Johnston,
actress who picked up the Best Entertainment Award for the Royle
Family: Queen of Sheba
Kate and Jim Broadbent, actor and winner of the Best Actor Award for
Kate with John Simm, actor, and Phil Glenister, actor. The show they
starred in Life on Mars won Best Writer's Award and also Best Drama
Kate with Nigel Planer, actor. He was in the Multichannel Award
winning Terry Pratchett's Hogfather (Sky One)
Phil Glenister surveys the room
The 33rd Annual BPG Awards Lunch
Kate with Sue Johnston, actress
Click Here to see Russell Brand's acceptance speech for his Best Non-acting Performer Award.
Pictures from the Broadcasting Press Guild awards, April 2006 (Click the image for a larger version)
Charles Dance receives the Best Actor Award from Kate Bulkley for his portrayal of Mr Tulkinghorn in the BBC production of Bleak House
Actress Jo Scanlan, producer Adam Tandy and writer Armando Iannucci receive the Best Comedy award for The Thick of It from BPG chairman Kate Bulkley
BBC Radio and Music's John Ousby (left), Chris Kimber, BPG chairman Kate Bulkley, BBC Radio's Ayesha Mohideen and Justin Spooner at the presentation of the Innovation award.
Armando Iannucci (left), Simon Blackwell (third from left), Tony Roche, Ian Martin and Jesse Armstrong receive The Writer's Award from BPG chairman Kate Bulkley
Robert Thirkel (left), series editor Jamie's School Dinners, and director Guy Gilbert receive the Best Documentary Series award from Kate Bulkley
Kate Bulkley chats to actor Charles Dance, the winner of the Best Actor award (Photo: Matt Prince)
Bleak House Director Justin Chadwick (left), screenplay writer Andrew Davies and producer Nigel Stafford Clark (second from right) receive the award for Best Drama from Kate Bulkley
Gillian Anderson is presented with the award for Best Actress for her role as Lady Dedlock in Bleak House
Membership Secretary Richard Last received a Special Award from chairman Kate Bulkley for his contribution to the Guild
Alistair Beaton, wtiter of Best Single Drama A Very Social Secretary alongside executive prroducer David Aukin, Kate Bulkley, producer Hal Vogel and actors Doon Mackichan and Victoria Hamilton
Kate Bulkley addresses the guests
Left to right, Melvyn Bragg with the Harvey Lee Award, Marilyn Lee & Kate.
Details of the 2005 BPG Awards can be found by clicking here
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