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Tuesday 11 March 2014, 10:09
As a new look iPlayer is launched, Victoria Jaye, Head of TV Content, BBC iPlayer outlines the ambitions for creative innovation on the platform.
Wednesday 5 March 2014, 15:26
Hilary Salmon reveals the process of creating a new series of short films exclusively for BBC iPlayer.
Tuesday 19 February 2013, 11:35
Roger Wright talks about the opportunities and partnerships appearing as television moves into an ever more digital sphere
Friday 18 February 2011, 10:30
A new feature, launched today, will help you find programmes on BBC iPlayer from other broadcasters and on demand content providers.
Paul Clark, Executive Product Manager for BBC Future Media & Technology, says: "Given the popularity of BBC iPlayer, we hope this feature will support fellow broadcasters...
Thursday 25 November 2010, 16:10
Like many people of my age I love to watch The Apprentice - but as life gets busier I can't always be in at 9pm on a Wednesday night to watch it. Luckily I have a PVR (Personal Video Recorder), and even if I forget to record it or series link it I can always catch it on the iPlayer. And if I don't...
Friday 12 November 2010, 12:43
"Yesterday we announced that we will start to roll out BBC iPlayer across the BT Vision platform next month. By April next year, every one of the 520,000 BT Vision set-top boxes installed should be able to access our catch-up video on demand (VOD) service at no extra cost.
In order to support BBC iPlayer...
Friday 10 September 2010, 17:15BBC iPlayer went live this week after a four-month trial period. It's an evolution of one of our most popular digital services, adding more functionality but making it simpler to use at the same time. Tomorrow, our communications will evolve too with the launch of a new...
Wednesday 26 May 2010, 09:43BBC iPlayer re-launches in public beta to become more simple, personal and connected. It's an important moment in its evolution.
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The idea for BBC iPlayer was first floated internally around seven...
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Tom Margerison obituary (Guardian)
"Founder of New Scientist, Sunday Times journalist and BBC broadcaster who made complicated subjects easy to understand."
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"The new 30th anniversary version of the game will allow users to play in high definition for the first time"
Amazon, BBC to Revive 'Ripper Street' (Hollywood Reporter)
"Amazon Prime Instant Video on Wednesday unveiled a deal with the BBC to revive crime drama Ripper Street."
BBC Four creates new season on gardens (Televisual)
The BBC’s bestselling shows abroad (Ariel)
"A record 725 buyers are attending BBC Worldwide's annual showcase this week, where programmes such as The Musketeers and Horrible Histories will be sold to foreign broadcasters."
Release Australian journalist Peter Greste: Int'l media (Ahram online)
"Open letter signed by Peter Greste's former employers calls for his release and 19 other detained journalists... The letter was signed by Greste’s former employers at BBC, ITN, Reuters, Sky News, NBC and ABC."
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