Production / Online

Multiplatform programming

Working across multiple technologies can drive creativity in TV and radio multiplatform productions. Stay up to date with the vast array of online platforms and projects with our selection of articles, videos and podcasts.

Being funny on the internet

A panel of comedians share their ideas on how using online platforms to self-publish and self-promote is changing the comedy industry

Case study: Olympic red button

How the BBC broadcast to over 20 million viewers - editor Matt Millington describes the enormously complex task and how his team achieved it

Case study: Planet Earth Live

Behind the scenes with executive producer Tim Scoones on the ground breaking BBC Natural History production

Character development

Taking characters from the traditional broadcast environment and into the digital world, with examples from Psychoville, The Archers and BBC Three’s Jail Tales

Games and broadcasting

What is the future for games and broadcasting? Simon Smith heads to the BBC Academy Fusion summit to talk to leading games makers

Interactive Shakespeare archives

How the BBC brought its Shakespeare video archives to the public in a playful way using interactive touch-table technology for the 400th anniversary of ‘the Bard’s’ death

Making the most of a local radio audience

How BBC Coventry & Warwickshire worked with the residents of Shakespeare Street to produce a live outdoor performance of Romeo & Juliet for radio

Radio syndication

Making the most of your audio assets. A panel discussion from the BBC Academy’s Radio Fast Train event on using syndication to grow your audience and your revenue.

TV consumer technology

What are the current trends in consumer TV technology and how might they present problems or opportunities for programme makers? The CoP Show takes a tour of the BBC's Blue Room to find out