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Product (Channel 4 streaming) - We want our on-demand platform to be the best, most relevant and engaging in the UK. This is the job of our Product team. They help to ensure we’re at the forefront of technology and adapt to our audience’s needs and expectations.

For Channel 4 to succeed, lots of elements need to come together – from product design and editorial proposition, to compelling press and marketing, and a commercial approach that balances business needs with viewer experience. Working collaboratively with departments from around the business is essential here. It’s about sharing experience and embracing change in an ever-changing world.

There are three core teams that make up the department:

The Product team oversees the design and delivery of Channel 4 streaming on the web and across our mobile, console and big screen apps. They decide what platforms we should be on and what features we should offer to ensure the best, most consistent viewer experience possible. They ensure Channel 4 is simple, easy-to-use and error free.

Editorial is responsible for bringing Channel 4 content and its sub-brands (e.g. Walter Presents) to life across all owned-and-operated platforms through smart curation, content strategy and audience targeting. This helps our viewers find what they’re looking for and discover content they didn’t know we had.

Then there’s Content Planning. They manage the schedule and delivery of all our shows. This sees them working with producers to ensure they are delivered on time and in a schedule that ensures we can meet our viewing and commercial targets.

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Ven Wong - Senior UX Designer

I work in a small team of UX Designers, who form part of the Channel 4 Product Team. We aim to constantly improve the Channel 4 app for our users across multiple platforms, with my focus being Big Screen Devices. What I like about working at Channel 4, is that my opinion is always considered. There is a culture of openness and honesty which makes me feel I can be myself. As a woman working in ‘tech’, it is common to find myself surrounded by mostly male colleagues. At Channel 4 this feels totally fine, as I am treated equally, never patronised or looked down on, and never made to feel like the “odd one out”.