Seventh Street Media’s Sarah McManus Promoted To Head Of Video

Seventh Street Media’s Sarah McManus Promoted To Head Of Video

Seventh Street Media (SSM) has announced the promotion of Sarah McManus to head of video.

In her new role, Sarah will continue to work across all SSM properties – Tone Deaf, J Play, The Brag, Don’t Bore Us and The Industry Observer – where she will be leading and steering the company’s video production team.

SSM chief executive Luke Girgis said McManus’ promotion is testament to her impressive skill set and her vital role in the company’s quick rise over the past year, during which it has grown from the four initial staff members to 20.

“Sarah started at Seventh Street Media last December as an intern,” he said.

“It didn’t take long for us all to realise she was an integral key to our success, both with her eye for unique client content and her own approach to video content.

“Within weeks we made her a full-time video content producer, where she constantly went above and beyond. I am overjoyed that she is now our head of video, and am beyond confident she will thrive in this role as the company continues to grow.”




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