Paul Cheesbrough is a British Media Executive and is Chief Technology Officer of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. He has responsibility for all the Technology in the company and also focussed on the separation of News Corporation into two separate businesses in 2013 and works for Robert Thomson after initially working directly for Murdoch.
Cheesbrough started his career at IBM before moving to the BBC's commercial operation, BBC Worldwide. He then spent four years at the BBC as Digital Media Controller. He is widely credited for the driving corporation's digital education portfolio and the transition to digital.
In 2007, Cheesbrough joined the British newspaper, The Daily Telegraph as Chief Information Officer. He remained in that role for three years transforming the company's digital portfolio before joining News International in 2010.
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