BBC Vision is a British operational business division  of the BBC which incorporates the programme production, commissioning and broadcast operations including BBC Television. It is headed by the Acting Director of Vision, Roger Mosey.
Set up as BBC Vision Studios to commission the in-house production of BBC television programmes, the department on the fourth floor of BBC Television Centre, changed its name to BBC Vision Productions in October 2007. BBC Vision launched in November 2006, after being announced by Mark Thompson in July 2006 when he said "It's about how we can make the BBC the most creative organisation in the world, delivering content that our audiences will simply love.'".
Today the operation is one of seven departments that encompass the whole of the BBC's domestic operations, answerable to the Director General's office and to the separate BBC Trust. The organisation includes the BBC Television department, BBC Archives and is responsible for commissioning, producing and scheduling all of the BBC's programmes, both in-house and made by independent production companies.
A number of senior members of the BBC are part of, or answerable to the department. These are:
- Acting Director of BBC Vision, Roger Mosey
- Controller of Strategy at BBC Vision, William Greswell
- Finance Director of BBC Vision, Derek O'Gara
- Brand Director of BBC Vision, (vacant)
- Director of BBC Vision Operations and Director of Rights & Business Affairs at BBC, Bal Samra
- Head of Development at BBC Vision Productions, Tessa Finch
- The controllers of BBC One, Two, Three and Four. Currently these are Danny Cohen, Janice Hadlow, Zai Bennett and Richard Klein
- The controller of BBC Daytime, Liam Keelan
- The controller of Production operations, Sally Debonnaire
- Controller of Knowledge commissioning, Emma Swain
- The controller of Factual Production, Tom Archer
- Head of Bristol Factual, Ben Gale
- Head of Natural History Unit, Andrew Jackson
- The Controller of Drama commissioning, Ben Stephenson
- The director of Drama productions, Nicholas Brown
- Controller of Drama production and new talent, John Yorke
- Head of Comedy, Mark Freeland
- Controller of Series and Serials, Kate Harwood
- Controller of Entertainment Commissioning, Mark Linsey
- Head of BBC Films, Christine Langan
- Head of Entertainment, Katie Taylor
- Controller of Archive Development, Tony Ageh
- Director of Archive Content, (vacant)
- Chief Adviser, Claire Dresser
- Human Resources Director, Clare Dyer
- Head of Operations & Business Affairs in Fiction, Claire Evans
- Head of Communications at BBC News Group, James Hardy
- Executive Producer, Susan Hogg
- Head of Rights and Business Affairs, James Lancaster
- Head of Legal and Business Affairs, John Moran
- Chief Creative Officer, Vision Productions, Pat Younge
- "BBC Management Structure". 21 July 2013. BBC. Retrieved 26 July 2013.
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- "BBC Vision launches with a promise to audiences". BBC Press Office. 2006-11-20. Retrieved 2008-02-17.
- "BBC restructures for digital age". BBC News. 2006-07-19. Retrieved 2008-02-17.
- "Vision Senior Staff". About the BBC. BBC Online. Retrieved 18 July 2011.
- Emma Swain, Director of BBC Vision, profile (BBC Press Office)
- Patrick Younge, Chief Creative Officer, Vision Productions profile (BBC Press Office)
- Saving the Crown Jewels - Speech given to the Royal Television Society by Peter Salmon (BBC Press Office)
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