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  3. Jane Ellison Jane Ellison Radio 4 Commissioning Editor 1 post

  4. Matthew Eltringham Matthew Eltringham is editor of the BBC College of Journalism website. Twitter: @mattsays 1 post

  5. George Entwistle George Entwistle Director General of the BBC 3 posts

  6. George Ergatoudis George Ergatoudis Head of Music for Radio 1 and 1Xtra 1 post

  7. Rachid Errtibi Rachid Errtibi Facilities Coordinator, BBC Workplace 1 post

  8. John Escolme John Escolme History Manager, BBC 4 posts

  9. Dave Fanning Dave Fanning Journalist and Broadcaster 1 post

  10. Phil Fearnley Phil Fearnley General Manager for News & Knowledge 1 post

  11. Lyndsay Fenner Lyndsay Fenner Producer, BBC Radio 4 Extra 1 post

  12. Mark Forrest Mark Forrest Radio Presenter 1 post

  13. Ian Forrester Ian Forrester 1 post

  14. Rebecca Frank Rebecca Frank Editor, BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra 1 post

  15. Nick Fraser Nick Fraser Commissioning Editor, Storyville 1 post

  16. Clemency Fraser Clemency Fraser Production Trainer, BBC Media Action 1 post

  17. Mark Freeland Mark Freeland UK Controller of Comedy Production 1 post

  18. Guy Freeman Guy Freeman Executive Producer 2 posts

  19. Joe Godwin Joe Godwin Director, Children's 8 posts

  20. Garazi Goia Garazi Goia Acting Director of Distribution 1 post

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Future Media roles to move to Salford (Ariel)

Wimbledon final watched by 10 million (Guardian)
"Novak Djokovic victory over Roger Federer takes 54% share on BBC1, but no match for Andy Murray’s win last year"

TV News celebrates its 60th birthday (Ariel)

Doctor Who: Frank Cottrell Boyce is a genius, says Steven Moffat (Digital Spy)
"BBC One has confirmed that Frank Cottrell Boyce will script an episode of Doctor Who."

Danger Mouse remake will see some male characters returning as females (Guardian)
"CBBC’s Cheryl Taylor promises show ‘truthful to the essence of Danger Mouse’ but with fresh ideas"

BBC appoints Matthew Postgate as chief technology officer (Guardian)
"Current controller of research and development was part of the management team that created iPlayer and built mobile services"

Radio 5 Live: Presenters Richard Bacon, Victoria Derbyshire and Shelagh Fogarty among names leaving BBC radio station (Mirror)

Doctor Who trailer: take a Deep Breath, Capaldi fans (Guardian)
"A teaser for the 'feature-length' first episode of the new Doctor Who series has materialised, complete with Peter Capaldi, the Tardis in flames and a hint of menace"

Teenagers take over Scottish Thought for the Day (Ariel)

BBC increases digital radio coverage with Northern transmitters (Prolific North)

BBC to show off Commonwealth Games in 4K UHD (TechRadar)
"first ever event to be produced entirely over IP/internet networks - which the BBC is calling a 'major broadcasting milestone'"

BBC3 wins big at 2014 Broadcast Digital Awards (Broadcast)

Glastonbury 2014: how to watch it on TV (Daily Telegraph)
"Missed out on Glastonbury Festival tickets this year? Follow all the action from home using our BBC TV and Radio guide."

BBC experiments with virtual reality (Ariel)

BBC stages first world war rap battle (Guardian)

UK media in one-minute silence protest over jailing of al-Jazeera journalists (Guardian)
"Hundreds of reporters across BBC and other media organisations speak out against Egyptian government’s verdict"

Licence fee should be charged to iPlayer users, says acting chair of BBC Trust (Guardian)
"Diane Coyle, acting chair of the BBC Trust, says the BBC is 'less independent than it needs to be'"

Acting BBC Trust chair to apply to become Lord Patten’s replacement (Guardian)

BBC announces new comedy pilots (Chortle)
"the Comedy Feeds show serious commitment to finding the next best writers, directors and faces of British comedy"

After 25 years at the helm Jeremy Paxman presents his final Newsnight (Telegraph) 
"During his tenure, the 63-year-old earned a reputation as one of the most fearless and feared interviewers"

Sherlock and Downton Abbey are as good as Breaking Bad and Mad Men, says BBC boss (Independent)

Does Mary Berry Cooks mark a breakthrough for older women on TV?Does Mary Berry Cooks mark a breakthrough for older women on TV? (Guardian)"What results is an unapologetically old-fashioned TV show with a presenter who makes no attempt to disguise when she was born"

Last updated Tuesday 8 July 2014

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Five ways local media can help itself #localjournalism [Academy]
Responsive design in data and tables [Internet]
Preview Tactics [Kermode Uncut]

Connected Red Button: a first look at the new service on Smart TVs [Internet]