Corporation stalwart has not applied for director of television or director of news, but may take a new role devised by Lord Hall.
Ben Dowell @ MediaGuardian - Television - on 15/3/13
Former culture secretary to become director of strategy and digital, as Helen Boaden is confirmed as radio chief.
Tara Conlan @ MediaGuardian - Radio - on 14/2/13
BBC controller of drama Ben Stephenson got very excited at Monday night's star-packed 2013 programming launch, and marked his fourth year in the post by taking an unscripted pop at Sky and its successful efforts to "poach" talent for low-rating shows. "I want you, the best talent in the world. I hope we'll be more welcoming, more fun, we are a weighty institution, we're working on it, I want to bypass that.
MediaGuardian - Television - on 12/2/13
The BBC pulled off a tricky balancing act on Monday night – having its annual Christmas drinks and festive schedule highlights screening for hacks, but making it low key enough to reflect the corporation's current turbulent circumstances. Unlike the last three years, it was held in-house, at New BBC Broadcasting House.
MediaGuardian - Television - on 4/12/12
• You've Been Trumped alleges bullying by US property magnate • Fury at 'biased and manipulative' documentary on golf resort.
Severin Carrell @ MediaGuardian - Television - on 22/10/12
George Entwistle understood to be lining up replacement for John Smith, who could get £1m payoff and £4m pension.
MediaGuardian - Television - on 25/9/12
Operations division to close and Caroline Thomson to leave as new director general seeks 'more creative' corporation.
John Plunkett @ MediaGuardian - Television - on 18/9/12
Olympics presenter says many people are asking why the corporation missed out on television broadcasting deal.
MediaGuardian - Television - on 30/8/12
The corporation's director of London 2012 joins John Plunkett to talk about the audience response to the BBC's coverage, as well as the challenges that lie ahead for Rio in four years' time.
Andy Gallagher @ MediaGuardian - Television - on 25/8/12
Danny Boyle’s opening ceremony was broadly well received in Britain and abroad, if perhaps a little puzzling to those without strong ties to the UK or British culture. There was certainly a political element to it, with the very public championing of movements like the Suffragettes and Jarrow Marchers, and a tribute to the NHS.
Martin Belam @ currybetdotnet - on 13/8/12
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