Mark Tyler is a 47 year old news and sport broadcast journalist based in Exeter, Devon. He is vastly experienced Producer and Presenter for BBC Radio and ITV. With audio, video and digital editing skills, he is now combining regular broadcast work with independent productions and PR projects. He is also an experienced conference host and master of ceremonies.Mark trained in Broadcast journalism at the London College of Printing (1984).
He spent 5 years as a reporter/newsreader/producer for BBC radio based in Birmingham and Exeter.
Mark joined the Plymouth based Television South West as Deputy Sports Editor in 1989, and in late 1990 made the move to LWT to report on the Saturday lunchtime network football programme ‘Saint and Greavsie’.
Mark returned to South West as Head of Sport for ITV Westcountry in 1993, and in addition to sport Production and presentation, he also regularly anchored the 6pm regional news programme.
In 2007, Mark was named ‘Executive Producer of the year’.
Since leaving ITV in Summer 2009, Mark has continued broadcasting while taking on long term independent TV commissions through his ‘Sound and Vision Media’ company. He also has a growing list of corporate clients for shorter term video projects.
Mark has hosted conferences for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, Sport England, the Football Association and Devon County Council
Mark is a board member for ‘Active Devon’ and a Patron of the Exeter based charity ‘Dream-a-way’. He is married with two young children.