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Scheduling Glastonbury, the World Cup and a summer of live events

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Laura Murray Laura Murray | 15:08 UK time, Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Two young Ivory Coast fans, complete with Didier Drogba shirts, look forward to the World Cup in a shot from the BBC's World Cup marketing promoIt's a particularly exciting summer on the BBC this year; we'll be covering all the major sporting events such as The Open and the 2010 World Cup from South Africa and music festivals including Glastonbury and T In The Park.

As many of these events are live, there will be some very difficult decisions to be made around scheduling. Over on the TV blog, Jana Bennett, Director of Vision for the BBC, reveals the breadth of BBC coverage in 2010 and explains how scheduling decisions are made.

You can read Jana's blog and comment on the TV blog.

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