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Muki Kulhan
Executive Digital Producer / Creative Tech Analyst at Muki International


Muki is an award-winning Executive Digital Producer with over two decades creating groundbreaking content for music, broadcasting, entertainment and tech innovation. After 10 years growing MTV’s digital and interactive platforms in the ‘00s, she now runs her own digital production company Muki-International, producing immersive 360°VR/AR/MR experiences, live social content, digital strategies and in-depth industry R&D for TV, Music & A-List artists. 

Recent highlights include creative partnership work with BOSE AR, becoming an Assessor for Innovate UK, a judge for the VR Awards 2019 and Exec’ing with Playlines AR studios with a nomination for the “Innovation in Storytelling Prize” at NYC’s Future of Storytelling Summit 2018 for the location-based, immersive AR rap-experience, Harry Shotta's ‘Consequences’. As the BBC’s Digital Executive for The Voice UK (s4&5), she produced the ‘Virtual Voice’, the first-ever ‘series’ of 360°VR for a BBC Saturday flagship show.

Muki regularly speaks, keynotes and chairs at scores of media and tech conferences worldwide including IBC where she is on the Content Steering Group, Future Zone Advisory and Diversity & Inclusion Committees, as well as other tech shows like Emerce, Dublin Music x Tech Summit, BAFTA, IABM, Tech365, MWC/4YFN, VR World Congress, Zurich Film Festival, FutureBook Live, Cambridge Wireless, BIME, Berlin Most Wanted, Wearable Tech Show and more.

She also deputy-hosts the popular tech podcast Digital Jam Sessions, MCs their monthly meet-ups at London’s Microsoft Reactor, and is an active member of the Royal Television Society, Women in Immersive Tech, British Screen Advisory Council (UK government's media think tank), and the Abbey Road Studios Spatial Audio Forum.