Clive Jones CBE

Clive Jones is the Chairman of Pro Cam, Britain’s biggest television facilities hire company and Energetic Communications, the New York marketing and events company.

Clive is also deputy chairman of the ITV Pension Fund, which has £4 billion under management and chairs the company’s new DC pension Scheme. In addition, he is chairman of the Disasters Emergency Committee, the umbrella organisation uniting leading UK aid and humanitarian agencies, as well as chair for National Theatre Wales and The Runnymede Trust, Britain’s leading diversity think tank and a former visiting Professor in journalism at Cardiff University.

Clive was the Chief Executive of ITV News and Regions until 2007 and the longest serving senior executive in ITV. During his career, he was Managing Director of the ITV Network, CEO of the Carlton Television Group, Managing Director of Central Television and Managing Director of London News Network. He was the Chairman of GMTV until 2010.

Clive Jones was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal Television Society in 1995 and its Gold Medal in 2007, when he also received a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for services to broadcasting.