Toby Chapman

Senior Leadership

Toby works across OC&C’s London and New York offices serving media & technology businesses and investors in this space.

Toby Chapman is an experienced strategy consultant with 80+ engagements in strategy and transaction support for corporate and private equity clients across technology and media industries.

Working between OC&C’s London and New York offices, his clients include TV broadcasters, studios / production assets, rights owners, online classifieds, price comparison sites, travel portals, news & magazine businesses, and data and market intelligence-driven businesses.

His client engagements have included industry leaders such as the BBC, Discovery Networks, NBC Comcast, Vice Media,, Rightmove, Experian and Thomson Reuters.

Prior to joining OC&C he worked in-house at the BBC, and founded and ran an import / export business.

He is a graduate of Oxford University.

Education & Prior Experience

  • Strategy Manager, BBC
  • Founder and MD, Starbright
  • English Literature, Oxford University
"Helping clients think through their most interesting and challenging decisions is a privilege. Nothing stands still in our industry, and the variety of questions and opportunities is endless."

Related Publications

Monday 29 March 2021

Facebook Marketplace

Facebook Marketplace represents one of the most widely publicised and credible threats to traditional classified business models to have emerged in recent years

Tuesday 23 April 2019

The OC&C Digital Media Index: Poles apart

Fake news, Twitter bots, and the Great Divide. Boomers, Millennials, and Gen Z. Polarisation remains the core topic of the news world in 2019 as the political landscape remains fractured

Tuesday 23 April 2019

The OC&C Digital Media Index - Online TV in 2019: Netflix on top but under attack

Netflix has kept its place at the top of our online TV index, winning across multiple genres and age groups. But being the rising star makes you a target

Tuesday 29 August 2017

To platform or not to platform

As TV viewing behaviour continues to change at pace, and a new generation of platforms emerges, TV players face important choices to keep hold of their audiences and remain relevant

Wednesday 24 August 2016

Is content king after all?

With the next wave of platform-based digital disruption imminent for the media industry, we examine the pattern of platform insurgence, the likely impacts on brands and how traditional news businesses should respond