BBC Board

The BBC Board is the governing board of the British Broadcasting Corporation. The Board replaced the BBC Trust in April 2017.[1] The Chairman is Sir David Clementi.[2]

NamePosition
Sir David ClementiChairman
Tony HallDirector-General of the BBC
Simon BurkeNon-executive Director
Baroness Tanni Grey-ThompsonNon-executive Director
Ian HargreavesNon-executive Director
Tom IlubeNon-executive Director
Sir Nicholas SerotaNon-executive Director
Steve MorrisonMember for Scotland
Dr Ashley SteelMember for England
Dame Elan Closs StephensMember for Wales
Tim DavieCEO, BBC Worldwide & Director, Global
Ken MacQuarrieDirector, Nations and Regions
Francesca UnsworthDirector, News and Current Affairs

Executive Committee

The Executive Committee is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the broadcaster.

NamePosition
Tony HallChairman; Director-General
Kerris BrightChief Customer Officer
Tim DavieCEO, BBC Studios
Valerie Hughes D'AethDirector of Human Resources
Glyn IsherwoodChief Financial Officer
Sarah JonesGroup General Counsel
David JordanDirector, Editorial Policy and Standards
Ken MacQuarrieDirector of Nations & Regions
Charlotte MooreDirector of Content
Matthew PostgateChief Technology & Research Officer
James PurnellDirector of Radio & Education
Gautam RangarajanDirector, Strategy
Bob ShennanBBC Group Managing Director
John ShieldDirector, Communications and Corporate Affairs
Clare SumnerDirector, Policy
Fran UnsworthDirector of News & Current Affairs

References

  1. "BBC Board Appointments". BBC Media Centre. 23 March 2017.
  2. Mark Sweney (10 January 2017). "Sir David Clementi confirmed as new BBC chair". The Guardian.


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