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Monday 25 November 2013, 12:49
A round-up of the BBC's wins at the Children's BAFTAs including Channel of the Year for CBeebies.
Friday 8 November 2013, 15:31
Joe Godwin reflects on CBBC's win at Stonewall for Marrying Mum and Dad featuring two gay parents and outlines the channel commitment to tackling homophobic bullying with another key CBBC show, Wizards vs. Aliens.
Monday 4 November 2013, 15:32
Joe Godwin outlines the case for continuing to support for UK animation.
Friday 9 August 2013, 12:09
Video, pictures and notes from CBBC Live in Leeds from Executive Product Manager Jon Howard.
Monday 24 June 2013, 12:38
Helen Bullough explains how the next Blue Peter presenter will be chosen.
Monday 15 April 2013, 12:51
20 years since the final episode of Going Live was aired, Director of BBC Children's, Joe Godwin, reminisces about his involvement with the show and talks us through the past, present and future of Saturday morning kids TV.
Monday 21 January 2013, 11:12
Ben Murray highlights some of the latest announcements from the Media Centre.
Monday 7 January 2013, 13:38
CBBC Executive Producer, Japhet Asher, explains the development of an interactive online experience Try Being Me, aimed at helping youngsters understand living with dyslexia.
Tuesday 18 December 2012, 16:02
New series on CBBC and CBeebies and the end of broadcasts on BBC One and Two.
Friday 10 February 2012, 13:52
It's hard to believe that it's already ten years since the children's channels, CBeebies and CBBC launched: the first for pre-school, the second aimed at 6-13 year-olds. In marked contrast to other digital children's channels...
Tuesday 12 April 2011, 12:36
Editor's note: Phil Buckley is in charge of the CBBC web site and he's written a fascinating blog post - full of pictures and anecdotes - in which he talks about the special challenges of updating a web site loved by millions of children. Read it on the BBC Internet blog - SB.
Relaunching a children...
Thursday 10 February 2011, 16:30
Phil Buckley, Portfolio and Product Manager for BBC Children's and BBC Future Media & Technology chronicles the history of the CBBC website since its inception in 1995.
"Last week, one section of the CBBC website was relaunched in a radically improved and more easily navigable format, so I'd like to...
Wednesday 5 May 2010, 15:08BBC iD roll out for CBBC. This means that children will be able to access all CBBC content using one password and one iD. This animation shows how children can get a new BBC iD account.
Thursday 28 January 2010, 11:12
Wednesday 18 November 2009, 11:00The Street, the big winner at this weekend's RTS North West Awards was Dragons' Den - a jewel in BBC Two's crown - and particularly its multiplatform spin-off, The Online Den.
Now it's the turn of the children's multimedia sector to make an impact supported...
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Red Bee creates on-screen 50th birthday party for BBC2 (Design Week)
Kim Shillinglaw: what you need to know (Broadcast)
"a near-BBC lifer, is known to be a straight-talking, confident operator with a penchant for the odd expletive, which one source described as “quite refreshing”
How to tame the BBC behemoth (Daily Telegraph)
"Transferring non-news radio and TV production to the independent sector would save the BBC millions and possibly even the BBC itself"
Marc Warren joins The Musketeers series 2 (Den of Geek)
BBC Radio 1 to count down top 100 downloads of all time (Digital Spy)
"After a decade of legal downloading in the UK, it's time for Radio 1 to celebrate with a countdown revealing the nation's top 100"
Festival to bring UK closer to Middle East (Ariel)
"BBC Arabic is giving Arab cinema, documentaries and journalism a UK showcase."
BBC Worldwide CEO re-joins BBC executive board (Digital TV Europe)
"Davie will replace BBC HR director Lucy Adams"
Sandi Toksvig criticises BBC ban on all-male panel shows (Telegraph)
"recruiting more female hosts would be a more desirable way of correcting the imbalance"
BBC's Peter Horrocks: 'It's not that easy to get advertising in Somalia' (Guardian)
"World Service boss on financial pressure, selling ads, transmitting news via brainwaves, and Newsnight's 'brio'"
BBC Radio 2 Eurovision Pop-up station (Matt Deegan Writes)
"I think this is a great idea and something the BBC should do more of ... it makes use of existing technology ... It’s also a technology that nearly half of UK households have, so lots of people can access it."
BBC iPlayer hits record 10.7m daily requests (Mobile Entertainment)
BBC Radio 1Xtra Live heads to Birmingham (Birmingham Post)
"It’s our aspiration at BBC Birmingham to host more of these big events over the coming years.”
BBC axes The Review Show after 20 years (The Stage)
Roger Wright to leave BBC after 15 years as Radio 3 controller (Guardian)
"Director of the BBC Proms exits corporation to become chief executive of Aldeburgh music festival"
BBC boss Tony Hall could be in line for cameo in W1A mockumentary (Guardian)
"Second series role rumoured for director general after BBC2 premiere of first episode pulled in 1.6 million viewers"
BBC Three announces new shows and recommissions (British Comedy Guide)
"a timely reminder that we're still very much open for comedy business"
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