As Director of Production and Content for Gravity Media in Australia, former Head of Sport at Seven Network and Fox Sports Saul is responsible for broadening Gravity Media’s expansion across production and content for its Australia-based business.
Immediately before to joining Gravity Media, Saul was Senior Producer at Mushroom Group, working of productions which included Series 1 & 2 of The Sound, a music programme for ABC and Music From The Home Front, broadcast in primetime on the Nine Network
Prior to working with Mushroom, Saul spent almost 16 years at Seven Network as Head of Sport where he was responsible for productions including Summer and Winter Olympics, Paralympics, Commonwealth Games, AFL, Wimbledon, Australian Open Tennis, Melbourne Cup Carnival, V8 Supercars ,Rugby Union Tests, Australian Open Golf, Rugby League World Cup , Australian Swimming Championships, Australian Surf Lifesaving Championships, Sydney Hobart Yacht Race Start. He also oversaw the production of magazine shows including Sportsworld and Game Day
Before Seven Network, Saul spent almost eight years as Head of Sport at Fox Sports Australia, initially supervising the transformation from Premier Sports to Fox Sports Australia, then responsible for all production, including: NRL, Rugby Union, Moto GP, NBL, 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics, as well as numerous news, magazine and panel shows.
Prior to Fox Sports, Saul spent almost 16 years with Nine Network, starting as a production cadet and latterly as Executive Producer. His productions included Test and ODI Cricket, Rugby League, Formula 1 Grand Prix, Wimbledon, NSW and Victorian Horse Racing, Boxing, Surfing, Wild Winter Weekend, as well as magazine and panel shows such Wide World of Sports, Sports Sunday and NRL Footy Show.
In 1987, Saul had a two-year hiatus from the Sport Department to develop the MTV late night music show on the Nine Network from scratch - originally in Australia, MTV was late night music show on the Nine Network and unlike the American channel, the shows were produced live. In addition to music clips, this included high profile bands in an intimate studio format many years before the now iconic Unplugged debut on US screens.