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Shine TV managing director Tanya Shaw has become the latest senior executive to leave the former Endemol Shine Group since its acquisition by Banijay.

Shaw has helmed the MasterChef producer since 2015, when she was promoted from creative director. Under her stewardship, the cooking show has branched out with spin-offs The Professionals and Celebrity MasterChef.

The former BBC and Channel 4 commissioner also oversaw C4 adventure formats Hunted and The Island with Bear Grylls and will continue to work on the channel’s revival of Changing Rooms until she steps down in March.

Last year, Tiger Aspect chief executive Damian Kavanagh left the Banijay group, as did former Endemol Shine UK chief executive Richard Johnston and factual chief Kim Shillinglaw, while ESG veteran Richard Osman is also moving on, though he will continue in his on-screen roles for the super-indie’s output.

Banijay UK is now run by Peter Salmon and Lucinda Hicks.

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