Tagged with: CBBC

15 posts about CBBC on this blog

  1. CBeebies is Channel of the Year at Children’s BAFTAs

    Monday 25 November 2013, 12:49

    Hannah Khalil Hannah Khalil Digital Content Producer, About The BBC Blog

    A round-up of the BBC's wins at the Children's BAFTAs including Channel of the Year for CBeebies.

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  2. CBBC's Marrying Mum and Dad wins Stonewall's 2013 Broadcast of the Year Award

    Friday 8 November 2013, 15:31

    Joe Godwin Joe Godwin Director, Children's

    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. 

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  3. Why supporting UK animation matters

    Monday 4 November 2013, 15:32

    Joe Godwin Joe Godwin Director, Children's

    Joe Godwin outlines the case for continuing to support for UK animation.

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  4. Looking back on CBBC Live in Leeds

    Friday 9 August 2013, 12:09

    Jon Howard Jon Howard Executive Product Manager, Children’s Future Media

    Video, pictures and notes from CBBC Live in Leeds from Executive Product Manager Jon Howard. 

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  5. How we're deciding on the 36th Blue Peter presenter

    Monday 24 June 2013, 12:38

    Helen Bullough Helen Bullough Head of CBBC Productions

    Helen Bullough explains how the next Blue Peter presenter will be chosen.

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  6. Whatever happened to Saturday morning kids TV?

    Monday 15 April 2013, 12:51

    Joe Godwin Joe Godwin Director, Children's

    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.

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  7. Media Centre Round-Up #2 (week ending Fri 18 Jan 2013)

    Monday 21 January 2013, 11:12

    Ben Murray Ben Murray Editor, BBC Media Centre

    Ben Murray highlights some of the latest announcements from the Media Centre.

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  8. Try Being Me: A new interactive experience for CBBC

    Monday 7 January 2013, 13:38

    Japhet Asher Japhet Asher

    CBBC Executive Producer, Japhet Asher, explains the development of an interactive online experience Try Being Me, aimed at helping youngsters understand living with dyslexia.

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  9. The end of children's programmes on BBC One & Two

    Tuesday 18 December 2012, 16:02

    Joe Godwin Joe Godwin Director, Children's

    New series on CBBC and CBeebies and the end of broadcasts on BBC One and Two.

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  10. From Muffin the Mule to In the Night Garden and beyond

    Friday 10 February 2012, 13:52

    Robert Seatter Robert Seatter

    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...

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  11. (Hopefully) no more tears: CBBC website relaunch

    Tuesday 12 April 2011, 12:36

    Phil Buckley Phil Buckley Executive Product Manager

    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...

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  12. "This website is nice": CBBC website relaunched

    Thursday 10 February 2011, 16:30

    Bridget Middleton Bridget Middleton

    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...

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  13. BBC Internet blog: BBC iD on CBBC

    Wednesday 5 May 2010, 15:08

    Laura Murray Laura Murray

    BBC Children's have just entered the final phase of the BBC 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.

    Over on the Internet blog, Marc Goodchild, Head of Interactive...

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  14. 'Braining up' BBC Children's

    Thursday 28 January 2010, 11:12

    Joe Godwin Joe Godwin Director, Children's

    The Lords Communication Committee's report this week once again brought the state of children's TV in this country sharply into focus. It also reignited the debate around how much we value programmes for children in this country, and how seriously we value programmes MADE in this country for our children...

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  15. @North - Commissioning new interactive BBC content for children

    Wednesday 18 November 2009, 11:00

    Peter Salmon Peter Salmon Director, BBC North

    Besides Jimmy McGovern's powerful drama series The 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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