Strategic reorganisation of BBC TV

jack_christie

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The BBC has today announced that Charlotte Moore has been appointed Controller, TV Channels and iPlayer, as part of a reorganisation that will offer a simplified and more co-ordinated strategy across BBC Television's channel portfolio.

In the newly created role, Charlotte - currently Controller of BBC One - will become the creative, editorial and strategic lead for BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Four and BBC iPlayer, ensuring the channels work in a complementary way while enhancing their distinctive positioning.

Charlotte will take up her new responsibilities on 25 January.

Charlotte will continue to lead BBC One and, within the new structure, will manage the heads of iPlayer, Daytime and BBC Four, as well as the new role of Editor, BBC Two.

Following the internal recruitment process, Kim Shillinglaw has decided to leave the BBC and, as a result of the reorganisation, the post of Controller BBC Two and Four will be closed.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2016/controller-tv-and-iplayer

Major BBC shake-up as Charlotte Moore promoted and Kim Shillinglaw departs BBC Two ahead of Top Gear re-launch
http://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/major-bbc-shake-up-charlotte-7205540


So BBC Two boss Kim Shillinglaw the person in charge of Top Gear relaunch has left the building.

What effect will management reshuffle have on TG? This will be the third different person in charge of BBC Two in the last year or so.
 

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What effect will management reshuffle have on TG? This will be the third different person in charge of BBC Two in the last year or so.
Considering Evans was said to be considering quitting over interference by Shillinglaw, I expect it is a positive move for the show.
 
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