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Ian Forrester Ian Forrester | 14:57 UK time, Friday, 13 April 2007

Find listen and label

Audio and Music have just launched their Annotatable Audio project. Tristan Ferne has the scoop.

We've just launched Find Listen Label, previously known as Annotatable Audio. It's a tool for BBC Radio listeners to segment and annotate radio programmes on the web - wiki style - creating better navigation within the programme by providing segments or chapters and enhancing the findability of the programme by annotating it with descriptions and tags about the content. We've launched this prototype with Radio 4's "All In The Mind" as a partner programme and it will be up for around 4 weeks before we evaluate how well it has worked.

Have a play...

It will start to become really powerful when/if we launch it across many of our programmes and start to use the generated data in other products and sites, and we have plans to open the data up to backstage.

So what things could you build or do with the data from this project. Answers in the Prototype or Ideas section.


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