The BBC has hired an AOL veteran as the Corporation’s new digital, future media and technology director. Ralph Rivera will report directly to the BBC’s FM&T boss Erik Huggers and will start the job on 8 November. He had worked at AOL for more than 10 years where he ran the company’s games business and its Latino division. …
"based in New York City."?
Get a rope ...
A Yank working for a Dutch boss
For a publicly funded British organisation like the BBC, it is a bit questionable to have two foreigners given such well paid high level positions.
...arrr that extremely pioneering, well run and profitable organastion.
Guess BBC will start dishing out iPlayer installers via PCworld next.
Could do with a new coaster.
What can it mean?
(In case anyone thinks Luther is being facetious, I'll simply mention ISO 10744)
"British" Broadcasting Corporation
Im with JohnG on this one, its funded by british licence payers money, why cant it be staffed by people from the same country, are there not enough people out there in britain who need jobs, are there not enough competent IT staff out there in britain qualified for the job, why do we need some two bit ex AOL employee at the reigns, I look forward to seeing americanised BBC editorial in the future!
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