BBC digital chief: Catch-up will not pass 10% by 2015
Ralph Rivera, the BBC’s newly appointed head of digital media, has predicted that catch-up viewing would not surpass the 10 per cent mark by 2015.
Speaking at the Guardian Media Festival the former AOL exec agreed with other contributors that the importance of mainstream linear TV would remain.
On future media at the BBC he said: “We just went through a year of strategy and getting that approved, we have budgets, but my focus is on executing. Vision without execution is hallucination,” he said.