Metro Broadcast chief executive has quit the WPP-owned company to pursue his 'passion' for architecture.
Metro Broadcast chief executive has quit the WPP-owned company to pursue his "passion" for architecture.
Nicholas Taylor is leaving the broadcast facility group to take over as executive director at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). The professional association has 30,000 members.
"[Architecture] has been a long-term passion of mine and you get to a point in your life when you want to pursue whatever that is," said Taylor, who left Metro Broadcast on Wednesday (15 June) after four-and-a-half years with the company.
"I was brought in because the company was losing money and had low morale. I had to turn that around and I've done that."
An external candidate was expected to be announced as Taylor's replacement this week, but had not been appointed as Broadcast
went to press. A deal has been agreed in principle, claimed a senior source.
Metro's range of services including crewing and editing.