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Learning Now TV announces Paul Morgan as first channel ambassador

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Industry veteran takes on ambassador role to help grow the only TV channel dedicated to corporate learning.

Learning Now TV has announced the appointment of Paul Morgan as its first channel ambassador. Morgan has more than 25 years’ experience in senior learning and development roles in organisations including Microsoft and O2. He is currently head of customer experience at learning technology provider Kallidus.

Morgan starts his new role on 1 November 2018 and will be working with the LNTV team to grow the channel’s audience, as well as supporting the development of its sister radio channel Learning Now Radio.

Commenting on the role, Morgan said: “I have had the pleasure of working with Colin and Nigel for a long time and really want to help them broaden the reach and scope of this amazing self funded channel so that more people than ever can benefit from its insights. My role will also includes acting as ambassador for the complementary channel Learning Now Radio hosted by a great friend Lisa Minogue-White. I am really looking forward to helping establish the next chapter of Learning Now TV.”

Learning Now TV is four years old this month (October 2018) and boasts more than 5,000 global subscribers and has over 60,000 views a year. The channel produces a monthly, hour-long live-streamed programme that includes a mix of case studies, interviews and industry insights on corporate L&D. All content is also available on-demand free of charge.

The Learning Now TV team, comprising Colin Steed, Nigel Paine, Kim Edwards, Lisa Minogue-White, and Martin Couzins, are delighted to welcome Morgan into the LNTV team.

Commenting on Morgan’s appointment, Steed said: “We are delighted that Paul will be taking on the role of Learning Now TV ambassador. His appointment will help us further grow our rapidly expanding global audience and support the development of our podcast channel Learning Now Radio. Paul’s knowledge, experience and passion for learning and development will make him an excellent ambassador for us.”

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