Engaging social media audiences
There’s more to social media than just ‘likes’ and hashtags: this short film examines why it’s an essential tool in the programme-maker’s toolkit.
Online and social media in TV
Today's TV audiences may expect and demand social media content, but are producers giving them what they want? A masterclass from the Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival.
Going behind the scenes
The art of creating behind the scenes programmes. From Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two and Planet Earth to social media behind the scenes teasers for X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent.
Creating YouTube channels
How to create a successful factual YouTube channel - JacksGap's Jack Harries, Earth Unplugged's Chris Howard and Jamie Oliver's Food Tube's Chris Howard offer their advice.
Is my show trending?
From apps to social media to online, there are now many ways to capitalise on your content and engage the audience in richer ways. A special industry panel discussion examines the latest developments.
Question Time: a day in social media
Handling up to 40,000 tweets per programme and sometimes 2,000 tweets per minute, the small social media team at Question Time have a mammoth task on their hands. They tell us more.
How to use social media and viral marketing to find your audience and connect to the people who will influence them.
I made this… Earth Unplugged
Working with nature while collaborating with YouTube stars and graffiti artists - assistant producer Nicola Brown talks about working on the BBC YouTube channel Earth Unplugged.