Mr James Jegede started his career as an engineer before moving into the media industry. This led him to advising broadcasters on the development of interactive television services. He also developed experience negotiating media broadcast licenses.
In 2002 he be became a director of Open Access Group Ltd (“Open Access”) which delivers commercial and broadcast production services. Open Access currently operates four non-music television channels and one music TV channel, O Music TV.
Previously, Open Access broadcast and created the programming for the Classic FM TV channel as a joint venture with Classic FM plc (July 2002). This was a niche channel which broadcast back-to-back classical music videos (with some short programming). Unfortuneately, through financial difficulties, it ceased operating in December 2007. Whereupon, Mr James Jegede launched O Music TV to replace it.
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