Carlton Broadcasting managing director Colin Stanbridge, one of the original team who bid for the Carlton ITV licence, has quit the company after more than 10 years' service, writes Steve Aston
Stanbridge, who oversees the London broadcaster's regional programming, is leaving the company to join the London Chamber of Commerce as chief executive. He will be replaced, although no one has been linked to the position so far.He is considered as one of the elder statesman at Carlton's London operation, having been personally chosen by chairman Michael Green to be one of the team which bid for the franchise in 1991.Meanwhile, Carlton Studios operations manager Paul Flanagan has also quit the company. Carlton is set to restructure the management of the Nottingham operation in the wake of Flanagan's departure.