Leading figures at Channel 4, Tinopolis and Warner Bros have been recognised for their services to the media industry in the Queen’s Honours list.

Channel 4 chief operating officer Anne Bulford, Tinipolis executive chairman Owen Jones and Josh Berger, Warner Brothers Entertainment UK president and managing director have each been recognised.

Bulford, who has worked in the industry for almost 20 years and was C4 interim chief executive between November 2009 and May 2010, will be awarded an OBE for services to broadcasting.

Berger who oversees Warner Bros. activities in the UK has been awarded a CBE for services to the creative industries.

He has worked with Warner Bros for 23 years, holding a variety of roles, and is also governor of the British Film Institute and chairman of the BFI’s International Development Council.

Jones’ services to the media industry as executive chairman of Tinopolis, the parent company behind Question Time producer Mentorn, will also be recognised with a CBE.

Broadcaster and cookery writer Mary Berry will also be awarded a CBE for her services to the culinary arts. The co-presenter of Great British Bake Off has written more than 70 cookery books.