BBC Director General Tony Hall to step down this year


People walk near the entrance to BBC Broadcasting House on October 22, 2012 in London, England.

Peter Macdiarmid | Getty Images

Tony Hall will step down as the director general of the BBC in the summer to make way for a new person who will negotiate its future with the government, he said on Monday.

Britain’s publicly funded broadcaster will need to negotiate a new charter with the government by 2027 and hold a mid-term review in 2022.

This is breaking news. Please check back for updates.

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Oil Plunges To Lowest Level Since January—Here’s Why Experts Say Low Prices Won’t Last
As 30-year mortgage rates hit 6.7%, homebuyers are facing ‘payment shock.’ Here are ways to save
Lauren Taylor Wolfe says it’s just too risky for investors to ignore ESG amid recent pushback
Bond yields soar as markets weigh threat of a recession. What it means for your investments
Stocks making the biggest moves midday: FedEx, Boeing, Ally, Domino’s and more