Doctor Who game exec to leave BBC

The man who commissioned the Sumo-made Doctor Who: The Adventure Games is to depart the BBC.

Simon Nelson has worked at the BBC for 14 years, predominantly at BBC Radio, where he introduced iPlayer-forerunner Radio Player.

In recent years his role over interactive widened to include all sorts of media, including the corporation’s first foray into games development, the episodic Doctor Who games.

Sister site Develop has the full story.

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