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Wednesday 5 March 2014, 12:14
FDM everywoman in Technology Awards nominated Technologist Rosie Campbell talks about her journey to become a technologist and shares her views on why there are fewer women than men in the field.
Wednesday 18 December 2013, 11:35
The BBC Trust has published a report by PwC focussing on the governance of the Digital Media Initiative - DMI - project.
Tuesday 19 November 2013, 17:34
One of the quieter aspects of the BBC's exit from its Television Centre HQ in Wood Lane is one of the most important. Now, the BBC's collection of satellite dishes has a new home.
Monday 4 November 2013, 15:32
Joe Godwin outlines the case for continuing to support for UK animation.
Thursday 3 October 2013, 15:39
BBC Learning producer, Zoe Breen, explains why BBC WebWise is stopping it's e-assessment part of the course, and outlines the options available post-closure.
Friday 24 May 2013, 11:05
Director of Operations, Dominic Coles provides some background on the announcement made on Friday 24 May 2013 to close the BBC's Digital Media Initiative.
Thursday 20 December 2012, 09:00
Kim Shillinglaw talks about the creative ways 3D is used in David Walliams's Mr Stink
Tuesday 2 August 2011, 15:27
Intellect is a trade body for the UK technology industry. At its recent consumer electronics conference, Ralph Rivera, Director of Future Media, explained how he's bringing together storytelling and technology at the BBC.
Steve Bowbrick is editor of About the BBC
Thursday 21 April 2011, 17:57
On the BBC Internet blog, Ralph Rivera, the American technology veteran who recently took over at the top of the BBC's digital and online division, brings together his observations on the launch of a UK office for the W3C, on the history of computing and on the role of the BBC. Read the post and leave...
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BBC Three will close as a TV channel in 2015 (Telegraph)
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"
Peaky Blinders nominated by Royal Television Society for RTS Award (Birmingham Mail)
Eurovision 2014: What we know about Molly Smitten-Downes so far (Independent)
"She thinks Choco Leibniz are the best biscuits in the world, putting her in a strong position with German voters."
Tom Margerison obituary (Guardian)
"Founder of New Scientist, Sunday Times journalist and BBC broadcaster who made complicated subjects easy to understand."
BBC to launch refreshed Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy Game (British Comedy Guide)
"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."
Last updated Friday 7 March 2014
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