Read this: BBC deputy had £950,000 payoff - TV Radio, Media - The Independent
Summary: The former second-in-command at the BBC got a redundancy payment of around 950,000 when he left the corporation last month, according to reports. Mark Byford, who was made redundant when his deputy director general role was eliminated as part of a cost-cutting exercise, joined the corporation in 1979 as a television researcher at BBC Leeds. The Daily Telegraph reported that Mr Byford will also be eligible for pension payments by 2013 on top of the 950,000. - independent.co.ukwww.independent.co.ukBBC deputy had £950,000 payoff - TV R…
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