London: 11th March 2024: Fuller Voices Ltd, announces its transformation into Bedford Square Voices Ltd (BSV), backed by investment from DLT Entertainment, with immediate effect. This announcement follows the recent departure of Becky Fuller from Fuller Voices Ltd.

Retaining a portfolio of over 70 existing clients, the re-brand is bolstered by the addition of Alexei Sayle, Georgina Cudby, Michelle Ogundehin, Craig Blake, and Bruce Langley to their books. This strategic expansion positions Bedford Square Voices at the forefront of voice over representation.

Under the interim leadership of Michele Milburn, co-owner of BSV and Managing Director of MMB Creative, working alongside seasoned advertising executive Tania Feeley, the company is now poised to seize new opportunities and drive unprecedented growth. BSV aims to capitalise on emerging trends and technological advancements in the voice over industry, with additional new staff recruitment aligning with the company’s business development ambitions.

DLT Entertainment is providing financial investment and company Chairman and CEO Donald Taffner Jr will join Michele and Ivan Mulcahy on the Board of BSV.

Commenting on the rebrand and expansion, Michele Milburn said, "It’s an exciting time to be leading Bedford Square Voices during this transformative phase. Our commitment to representing top-tier talent, coupled with DLT Entertainment's investment, positions us for unparalleled growth and further success in the voice over industry."

Donald Taffner Jr, Chairman and CEO of DLT Entertainment, emphasized the strategic significance of the investment, stating, "Bedford Square Voice’s expansion plans align perfectly with our vision of investing in innovative boutique agencies. The voice over sector represents a burgeoning market, and we are confident in BSV's ability to capitalize on its full potential."

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About DLT Entertainment:

With headquarters in London and New York, DLT Entertainment Ltd. is engaged in every aspect of television distribution and production around the world, as well as stage production in the US and in the UK where it owns London’s Shaftesbury Theatre and talent representation business, with ownership positions in MMB Creative, The Soho Agency, Blue Book Artist Management, The Galton Agency, Gag Reflex and Mark Watson’s Impatient Productions. Expanding its own production activities in the UK, DLT also acquired Vera Productions.

Celebrating its 60th anniversary last year, DLT was founded in 1963 as a distribution company by Don Taffner Senior, with the company adding television production to its portfolio in 1977. It has enjoyed terrific success in its 60-year history with legendary hits on both sides of the Atlantic including the multiple award-winning and BBC praised sitcom My Family, As Time Goes By, Three’s Company, Too Close For Comfort and Meet My Folks. In addition, DLT has built a reputation as a leading distribution company with classics such as The World at War, Chicken Soup for the Soul, Cinema Europe: The Other Hollywood, The Russ Abbot Show , and Michel LeGrand and Friends . Three series of DLT’s non-scripted production - Go 8 Bit - an entertainment gameshow fronted by international comedian Dara O’Briain aired on UK broadcaster Dave, and DLT Entertainment also launched children’s show Monster Court on CBBC