Charlotte Moore

Chief Content Officer
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Charlotte Moore, Chief Content Officer

Roles and responsibilities

  • As Chief Content Officer, Charlotte is the senior Executive responsible for all the BBC’s network TV and Radio output
  • She oversees commissioning for all the national TV Channels and BBC iPlayer, as well as commissioning and production for all 10 national radio networks and for BBC Sounds. She also oversees commissioning and production for all Children’s and Education content
  • The role is the creative lead for all of the BBC’s key genres and portfolios, developing and delivering a strategy across all platforms, as well as identifying and developing new content and setting an editorial strategy that reflects the diversity of the BBC’s audiences

Biography

In September 2020, Charlotte Moore was appointed Chief Content Officer and joined the BBC Board. She is the senior leader for BBC content and audiences across all genres and platforms, with the exception of News and Nations and Regions.

In July 2016, Charlotte Moore became Director, 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.

In January 2016, Charlotte Moore was appointed Controller of TV Channels and iPlayer, where she was the creative, editorial and strategic lead for BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Four and BBC iPlayer, ensuring the channels work in a complementary way while enhancing their distinctive positioning.

Charlotte has been Controller of BBC One since June 2013. Under her leadership, BBC One enhanced its position as the nation’s most popular TV channel.

2015 was BBC One's most successful in nearly a decade, with 42 million people tuning in every week. BBC One was the 2015 Channel of the Year and won the most awards at the 2016 Baftas. BBC One provides a range of distinctive, high-quality programmes that feel relevant and reflect the diversity of modern Britain. It unites us as a nation around the big, shared moments - political, historic, sporting and cultural. Last year's Great British Bake Off final was watched live by a peak of more than 14 million people. It’s the place for the nation to come together and to find programmes that are timely and relevant, and speak to a wide audience - the channel that tackles big, universal subjects, and stories that people care about and become part of our everyday conversation. Charlotte’s ambition is to innovate within the mainstream by creating hits for the future, whilst ensuring much-loved long-running shows feel fresh and in touch with the audience. Over the last year, BBC One has taken risks and pushed boundaries with new shows like Doctor FosterThe Night ManagerPeter Kay’s Car Share, David Attenborough’s Giant Dinosaur, Behind Closed Doors and Abused: The Untold Story. She’s also successfully launched new factual strands, whilst ensuring its returning shows are at the top of their game.

Charlotte spent the early part of 2013 as Acting Controller of BBC Daytime Television. Prior to that Charlotte was the BBC’s Commissioning Editor of Documentaries since 2009 where she was responsible for strategy and commissioning for in-house and independents across all four channels. Charlotte transformed the genre to produce a huge breadth of original programming, seeking out the best talent to bring the most compelling and inspiring documentary content to a broad audience. From Bafta-winning titles Protecting Our Children7/7 One Day In LondonBetween Life and DeathThe Great British Bake Off, Terry Pratchett’s Choosing To DieThe Choir and Welcome To Lagos to hit series like Inside ClaridgesThe Call Centre, Lambing Live and The Tube.

She joined the BBC in 2006 as Commissioning Executive for Documentaries. Prior to joining the BBC, Charlotte was Director of Contemporary Factual at IWC Media focusing on high-profile contemporary narrative documentaries and series for all the major UK channels, including BBC Two’s landmark series Stephen Fry: The Secret Life Of A Manic Depressive.

Last updated September 2020

Annual remuneration (as at April 2020)

  • £370,000

Expenses and central bookings

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  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q4 2019-20
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q3 2019-20
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  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q1 2019-20
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in 2018-19
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q4 2017-18
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  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q2 2017-18
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q1 2017-18
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q4 2016-17
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q3 2016-17
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q2 2016-17
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q1 2016-17
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q4 2015-16
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q3 2015-16
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q2 2015-16
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q1 2015-16
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q4 2014-15
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q3 2014-15
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q2 2014-15
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q1 2014-15
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q4 2013-14
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q3 2013-14
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q2 2013-14
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q1 2013-14
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q4 2012-13
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q3 2012-13
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q2 2012-13
  • Charlotte Moore had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q1 2012-13

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