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Ralph Rivera Ralph Rivera Director, Future Media Blog posts in total 2

  1. Connected storytelling - one service, ten products, four screens

    Friday 17 June 2011, 13:00

    Editor's note: the presentation above is the one Ralph made at the BBC Online industry briefing. You can see more BBC presentations here - SB

    The main thing I wanted to talk about today is storytelling and technology, and how we are...

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  2. Ralph Rivera on 'digital public space'

    Monday 18 April 2011, 12:00

    Ralph Rivera is the BBC's new Director of Future Media. He's in Oxford today addressing a seminar to open the new office of the W3C, the web's standards-setting body. Later we'll publish a fuller blog post by Ralph but, in the meantime, here's his presentation...

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