For three decades, Jon Holmes has intelligently and strategically guided the careers of broadcasting and journalism's finest.
A truly international operation, Jon Holmes Media collaborates with the major players in Asia, Europe and North America.
To work with one of our talented squad members for the hosting of or contribution to a programme, series or event, please get in touch. Likewise, for wider, discreet media and sports business consultancy.
A host and reporter for LFCTV, which is seen globally on established networks including Foxtel and Sky.
Sam, who is of Iraqi and Turkish descent, also regularly hosts Liverpool Football Club's major supporter events, appearing alongside the likes of manager, Jürgen Klopp, and CEO, Peter Moore.Enquire about Sam Ashoo
Aged twenty-five, Mike achieved England cricket captaincy during a home Ashes series; going on to lead his country in a record 54 Test matches.
He has subsequently earned his reputation as one of the world's finest broadcasters and journalists and it currently a Sky Sports analyst and Chief Cricket Correspondent for The Times. The Sports Journalists' Association has recognised Mike as either Columnist, Cricket Journalist, Specialist Correspondent or Sports Writer of the Year on eleven occasions.Enquire about Mike Atherton
In control in the commentary booth and in front of the cameras in a grand studio environment, Steve is for sure one of sports broadcasting's finest versatile talents.
He currently leads the Premier League's IMG-made shows for non-UK rights holders, alongside calling games for iconic BBC programme, Match of the Day.
Steve's other credits include anchoring Premier League shows on NBC and fronting major tournament football for ESPN.Enquire about Steve Bower
A Cheltenham Festival Gold Cup and Grand National winning jockey, Mick knows what it is like to be at the very top of a sport.
Coupled with a huge passion for racing, he is also able to speak eloquently about the darker moments of being an elite athlete; notably for him being forced to retire through injury after a fall in the 2008 English Grand National.
Mick can be seen regularly on ITV's outstanding racing coverage.Enquire about Mick Fitzgerald
One of the most stylish left-handed batsmen of his era, David captained England's cricket team and in 117 Test matches, scored 8,231 runs.
Post playing, he has become one of sports broadcasting's most respected hosts, leading Sky Sports' cricket coverage and commentating for BBC Test Match Special and Australian network, Channel Nine.
ESPNcricinfo remarked that Gower's broadcast career has been "so successful that his cricket seemed mere preparation."Enquire about David Gower
Recognised by BAFTA, Miles has been Sky Sports' lead rugby union commentator since 1994, when the network secured broadcast rights to screen live club competitions.
He has also called multiple World Cup tournaments and the Six Nations on UK terrestrial television for ITV and hosted programmes for talkSPORT and Sky in New Zealand.Enquire about Miles Harrison
Described by The Independent as “one of the most respected sports agents," Jon has for thirty years managed the careers of sport and media professionals at the top of their respective industries.
Prior to Leicester City Football Club's incredible Premier League title success, a consortium led by him saved the Club from going out of business.
Jon, a politics graduate from the University of Leeds, was made an Honorary Master of Business Administration by De Montfort University.Enquire about Jon Holmes
The most recognisable face in sports broadcasting, Gary hosts for the BBC the most popular football show in the UK, Match of the Day, in addition to Olympic Games programming and the Sports Personality of the Year.
Also leading BT Sport's Champions League coverage, he is able to use his own professional background as a winner of the FA Cup and World Cup golden boot to bring out the best in analysts such as Rio Ferdinand and Alan Shearer.
Sought-after Gary is also well known for his high-profile association with Walkers Crisps, which, dating back to 1995, is the longest uninterrupted celebrity endorsement campaign.Enquire about Gary Lineker
One of America's leading sports broadcasting anchors, Rebecca fronts NBC Sports' highly-acclaimed Premier League coverage and is a main host for the network's summer and winter Olympic Games programming.
Her sports-television career began in 2002 when she won a BBC Talent Search for a football reporter, from a field of 650 candidates.
Rebecca was the first female host of live Premier League football in her native UK, whilst working for ESPN.Enquire about Rebecca Lowe
A knowledgeable, hard-working part of BT Sport's football output since the network's industry-shifting debut season, Andy moved from Fox Sports, where he was a Correspondent.
He is also lead anchor of Star Sports' grand slam tennis coverage and alongside reading law at the University of Sheffield, has a Masters in Sports Law.Enquire about Andy May
In spite of being front row by trade, a real giant in the world of rugby and broadcasting.
Brian won three Six Nations' Grand Slams with England, played at the first three Rugby World Cup tournaments and earned the honour of touring with the British and Irish Lions.
He is currently a part of the major events BBC Sport team, writes for The Telegraph and having read law at the University of Nottingham, reached partner in the City.Enquire about Brian Moore
As the voice of the World Cup, a colossal 19.9million were hanging on Guy's each and every word during England's defeat of Sweden in Russia. The group stage featured a memorable half time call of "one, two, three, four, five, what a time to be alive," as Gareth Southgate's men comfortably trounced Panama 6-1.
Now the BBC's lead football commentator and also conveying FA Cup and Premier League action to millions per season, Guy's first major tournament was France '98 in which with Eurosport he became the youngest ever television commentator for a World Cup Final, aged 26.Enquire about Guy Mowbray
One of the best-known figures in racing, Brough is another example of a Jon Holmes Media client making the successful transition from competing to media.
After more than a century of winners as an amateur and professional jockey, he has anchored racing for the benefit of millions of viewers of ITV and Channel 4, and as a journalist for the Independent, Telegraph and Times he has three times been recognised as Sports Feature Writer of The Year.Enquire about Brough Scott
A history-maker as Match of the Day's first ethnic minority commentator, Mark is now closing in on a century of calls for the iconic programme; fast becoming too one of the BBC's pre-eminent football broadcasters.
As a multi-skilled freelance, Mark is also used regularly as part of Star Sports' tennis coverage and is Konami's lead eFootball caster.Enquire about Mark Scott
One of the best jockeys in the world, Ruby is the most successful rider in Cheltenham Festival history.
He famously won the English Grand National at his first attempt in 2000, aged twenty, on Papillon, a horse trained by his dad, Ted. Father and son then went on that year to win the Irish Grand National with Commanche Court.
The charismatic, hard-working Ruby is a multiple winner of the International Jockey of the Year prize.Enquire about Ruby Walsh
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