BBC Annual Report 2010/11: BBC Online headlines
The BBC's Annual Report was released today.
Here are a couple of headlines relevant to BBC Online:
As Ralph Rivera announced at the BBC Online Industry Briefing, more than the target of 25% spent on BBC online services went to external companies.
Despite losing two video streams, more UK adults used BBC Red Button services in an average week this year than last.
The proportion of UK adults using bbc.co.uk in an average week went up from 38% to 42%:
BBC Online came third only to BBC One and BBC Two in terms of reach, being used by 19.5 million adults each week, up from 17 million in 2009/10. This represents 57% of adults online.
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Ian McDonald is Content Producer, BBC Internet blog