Charlotte Moore Becomes BBC Chief Content Officer


Charlotte Moore has taken on the role of chief content officer for the BBC, joining the BBC Board as of today.

As chief content officer, Moore will be the senior leader for BBC content and audiences across all genres and platforms, with the exception of news and nations and regions. Her 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, multiplatform commissioning and production for all children’s and education content, and BBC Proms and Orchestras.

Moore joined the BBC in 2006 as commissioning executive for documentaries. She has held such roles as acting controller of BBC Daytime Television, controller of BBC One and controller of TV channels and iPlayer. In July 2016, Moore became the director of BBC Content and controller of BBC One. She was responsible for the creative vision across the portfolio of channels, BBC iPlayer and genres and took on oversight of BBC Sport.

BBC Chairman Sir David Clementi said: “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.”