STOP PRESS: PR jobs cut at restructured BBC Broadcast

BBC Broadcast is to lose at least 20 jobs in a restructure of its press and publicity team. The division is concentrating promotion of its national programmes in London. As a result, jobs will be cut in its Birmingham, Manchester and Bristol offices. Television press and publicity head Vanda Rumney will now be responsible for education and regionally, made national programmes as well as TV. Radio will continue to be headed by chief publicity officer Sue Lynas.

BBC Broadcast is to lose at least 20 jobs in a restructure of its

press and publicity team. The division is concentrating promotion of its

national programmes in London. As a result, jobs will be cut in its

Birmingham, Manchester and Bristol offices. Television press and

publicity head Vanda Rumney will now be responsible for education and

regionally, made national programmes as well as TV. Radio will continue

to be headed by chief publicity officer Sue Lynas.



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