Today Charlotte Moore becomes BBC Chief Content Officer and joins the BBC Board.
BBC Chairman, Sir David Clementi, says: “It is a great pleasure to welcome Charlotte Moore to the BBC Board. Charlotte has made a huge success of bringing audiences to our television portfolio – resulting in record breaking figures for iPlayer and ensuring the BBC can reach audiences beyond the critical linear channels. She will do a brilliant job as Chief Content Officer and be an important asset to the BBC Board.”
As Chief Content Officer Charlotte will be the senior leader for BBC content and audiences across all genres and platforms, with the exception of News and Nations and Regions.
The Chief Content Officer’s responsibilities include:
Television commissioning for all BBC network TV channels and BBC iPlayer
Radio commissioning and production for all ten national radio networks and BBC Sounds
Multi-platform commissioning and production for all children’s and education content
BBC Proms and Orchestras
As Chief Content Officer, Charlotte Moore will be the creative lead and set the strategy for BBC TV, Network Radio, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sounds, across all key genres and platforms. She will lead the Channel and Station Controllers and set an editorial strategy which reflects the diversity of all the BBC’s audiences.
Charlotte Moore’s biography can be found here
The Royal Charter requires four BBC Executives to sit on the BBC Board.
Changes to the BBC’s Executive Committee have also been made today. The new Executive Committee can be seen in full here Media Centre