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14 posts about HD on this blog

  1. Taking the Doctor to the next dimension

    Friday 22 November 2013, 10:26

    Alix Pryde Alix Pryde Director, BBC Distribution

    Alix Pryde introduces Doctor Who in 3D

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  2. A BBC Red Button summer 2013

    Monday 10 June 2013, 15:48

    Alix Pryde Alix Pryde Director, BBC Distribution

    Alix Pryde details additional coverage of great sporting and musical events this summer on the BBC, including additional HD.

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  3. A big hello to BBC Two HD

    Tuesday 26 March 2013, 00:10

    Janice Hadlow Janice Hadlow Controller, BBC Two

    BBC Two Controller, Janice Hadlow introduces BBC Two HD & all it has to offer.

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  4. BBC ALBA moving to channel number 143 on Sky

    Wednesday 20 March 2013, 12:16

    Alix Pryde Alix Pryde Director, BBC Distribution

    From Tuesday 26 March 2013 there will be a new home for BBC ALBA on Sky - channel 143.

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  5. Hello BBC Two HD; Goodbye BBC HD

    Tuesday 19 March 2013, 14:11

    Alix Pryde Alix Pryde Director, BBC Distribution

    Alix announces the launch of BBC Two HD. 

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  6. BBC One Wales HD launched today

    Tuesday 29 January 2013, 13:51

    Adrian Davies Adrian Davies Head of English Language Programmes and Services, BBC Cymru Wales

    Adrian Davies heralds the arrival of BBC One Wales HD.

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  7. Ten things from the week

    Thursday 6 September 2012, 15:44

    Eloise McNaulty Eloise McNaulty is a digital content producer in BBC Archives @eloisemcnaulty

    1. BBC Proms

    In the last week of the Proms there have been some particularly noteworthy concerts and celebrations. Kirsty Young talked to BBC news about the Desert Island Discs Prom, celebrating 70 years of the programme. If you missed the opportunity to take part in the Radio 4 live blog, which ran...

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  8. Delivering to you the BBC's Greatest Year of Broadcasting

    Wednesday 9 May 2012, 15:44

    Alix Pryde Alix Pryde Director, BBC Distribution

    2012 is set to be the BBC's greatest year of broadcasting. In BBC Distribution, we are currently making preparations for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee followed closely by the London 2012 Olympic Games, not to mention the Euros, Wimbledon, the European Championship Athletics, The Scottish Open ... and...

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  9. The 3D Wimbledon experiment - your reactions

    Tuesday 30 August 2011, 11:00

    Danielle Nagler  Danielle Nagler

    Earlier in the Summer, I led a team which delivered our first live 3D broadcasts to homes around the UK. We wanted to get this year's Wimbledon finals out to everyone who has so far bought a 3D set (and the glasses that go with it) and so we used the BBC HD channel...

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  10. BBC One HD Launch Tonight

    Wednesday 3 November 2010, 21:27

    Laura Murray Laura Murray

    The BBC One HD channel launched with the One Show at 7pm this evening.

    Watch this specially made short video, featuring Danielle Nagler, the head of BBC HD inside the BBC One control room, where the channels are broadcast.

    There is also a helpful BBC One HD FAQs page.


    Laura Murray is Editor of...

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  11. BBC Internet Blog - BBC ONE HD: test transmissions

    Tuesday 2 November 2010, 14:29

    Laura Murray Laura Murray

    "So... many of you have found the test transmissions!

    I've also noticed there's been a lot of speculation about what we are up to for the last few days and we thought it would be a good idea to let you know what's been happening and will be happening before BBC One HD launches on Wednesday".

    Andy Quested...

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  12. BBC HD Picture Quality: some myths laid to rest

    Monday 14 December 2009, 14:29

    Danielle Nagler  Danielle Nagler

    Over the course of the last week, the debate about BBC HD picture quality which has been running since August has entered a new phase. The Head of Technology for BBC HD, Andy Quested, has serialised an extended review of his response to all the areas that have been covered over the course of the many...

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  13. The Hitchhiker's Guide to Encoding: Before we start

    Friday 4 December 2009, 10:07

    Chris Jones Chris Jones

    Editor's note: Over at the BBC Internet blog Andy Quested of BBC HD has published the first in a series of posts addressing issues raised in the ongoing robust debate surrounding the BBC's HD service. To read the full post and to comment visit the Internet blog.

    Friday It's been sometime since my last...

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  14. A day in the life of the Head of BBC HD

    Monday 2 November 2009, 12:23

    Chris Jones Chris Jones

    Over at the BBC Internet blog, Danielle Nagler has posted a fascinating piece which not only gives an insight into the daily tasks facing the Head of BBC HD, but also attempts to give a flavour of the range of current issues for the BBC and HD. These include: picture quality; HD programmes and schedule...

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