Ofcom Chief Executive Ed Richards is favourite to take over the role of BBC Director-General according to William Hill, which is offering odds of 10/11.
The bookmaker has caretaker boss Tim Davie in second spot with 2/1, former BBC Chief Operating Officer Caroline Thomson next with 5/2 and Tony Hall - Chief Executive of the Royal Opera House - in fourth with 5/1.
BBC DG- they think its all over - Tony Hall in at 5/1 4th fav to get Beeb top job.10/11Richards; 2 Davie; 5/2 Thomson; 12 Jackson;100Paxman.
Jeremy Paxman is a rank outsider with odds of 100/1, William Hill spokesman Graham Sharpe said.
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