BBC News veterans tipped as contenders for head of audio job

A trio of BBC News veterans are among the contenders tipped to replace Jenny Abramsky as the head of audio and music at the BBC following her departure from the corporation next September, reports MediaGuardian.

Current director of news Helen Boaden is the early favourite for the job, with former deputy director of news and current Radio 4 controller Mark Damazer also tipped for the post. BBC director of sport and former editor of Radio 4’s Today programme Roger Mosey is also a leading contender for the role.

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