Thu 7 August 2014, The Guardian

BBC tech chief speaks of ‘horrendous’ year after he was made DMI scapegoat

By John Plunkett
The BBC’s former chief technology officer John Linwood, who has won his unfair dismissal case against the corporation after he was sacked in the wake of the £100m Digital Media Initiative fiasco, said he was made a “scapegoat” by the BBC and described the year after his dismissal as “horrendous”.
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