The BBC's management of its Digital Media Initiative
Date: 01.02.2011 Last updated: 23.09.2014 at 09.48
Category: Value for money
This study, undertaken by the NAO, looks at the BBC's management of its Digital Media Initiative (DMI) programme. The DMI is an IT project designed to allow BBC staff to develop, create, share and manage video and audio content and programming on their desktop, and intended to improve production efficiency across the BBC. The estimated gross cost of delivery and implementation to the end of March 2017 is £133.6 million.
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