Danielle Nagler, head of HD and 3D at the BBC is leaving the British public broadcaster.
Nagler, who has been with the BBC for fifteen years is leaving to join law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner in September and her team members Ian Potts and Umme Ali are also leaving the corporation. BBC Two controller Janice Hadlow will take charge of the broadcaster’s high definition services and it will look for someone to take over its 3D responsibilities later this year. â¨
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