I made... The Fox Problem
Live entertainment broadcast solely online – The Fox Problem is the world’s first live entertainment series to be delivered on a Google+ Hangout. Series producer James Emtage tells us how it all happened.
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 Richard Herd offer their advice.
What kind of content works best and is likely to be successful on YouTube? The CoP Show's Jane Clancy talks to Google's Jamie Dolling and the BBC's Oran Soffair about making the most out of YouTube.
Social media branding
A masterclass on how to grow your brand through social media. From the BBC Academy’s TV Fast Train event, May 2012.
With 72 hours of content being uploaded to YouTube every minute, how can you give your clip the best chance of being seen or shared?
The pleasures and pitfalls of using personal social media if you work in the media - what should you do and what should you avoid?
How can you make sure that a blog is a good addition to your programme? Hints and tips on using blogs to enhance your TV or radio show in this week's CoP Show podcast.
Using Twitter more effectively
Making the most of Twitter, with Question Time's Alex Hudson, Father Ted creator Graham Linehan and the X-Factor's social media producer Steve Saul.