Current affairs producer Mark Llewellyn has quit Nine after two years.
“After many months of reflection and internal discussions, I have chosen to make a transition this year in starting to carve out a progressive new role,” Llewellyn posted online.
“I’ve had the best of times at 9 (& some interesting ones as well). Met some brilliant creatives, many of whom are now lifelong friends. And done great work, including my most recent series Murder, Lies & Alibis.
“I’ve learnt a lot.”
Llewellyn joined Nine in 2018 as the Creative Director for News and Current Affairs after being executive producer of Murder Uncovered and co-founding executive producer on Sunday Night.
“As we know the media landscape is changing rapidly, and I’m keen to see where that leads. In short, there’s an exciting world out there for content providers.
“As Elvis said, ‘it’s now or never’ to -cue Sinatra- do it my way.”
In 2006 Llewellyn was famously part of the media stories surrounding the exit of Jessica Rowe from Today.