Chris Kimber

Executive Product Manager, Radio & Music

Blog posts in total 7

Posts

  1. Playlister has already established itself as one of the main reasons that users register with BBC iD (http://www.bbc.co.uk/id/info ), as people are seeing real benefit to being signed-in.

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  2. This week we released an update to the BBC iPlayer Radio apps for Android and iOS as well as an improvement to the desktop iPlayer Radio console.

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  3. We also allow you to “follow” a presenter which means we can present a more personalised experience when you visit Playlister. So far we have 12 presenters involved, and we aim to increase this number over the coming months, to cover a wider range of music and tastes.

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  4. The vision for BBC Playlister is to start to transform music on BBC online, by connecting the music you hear on the BBC with your online music life, helping you to discover more music you love from the millions of tracks that are now so easily available.

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  5. Hi, I'm the Executive Product Manager for BBC iPlayer Radio. The last two months have been exciting for BBC Radio on digital platforms: in October we launched BBC iPlayer Radio, bringing together all of the BBC's English language radio stations (57 of them!) into one coherent digital product ...

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  6. In June of this year we released a beta version of the new Radio and Music product. Since then we have received thousands of emails from users via our Feedback page, and even more people have taken the time to fill in surveys to tell us what they like and dislike about the site. It's been fa...

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  7. Today sees a significant step towards the new Radio and Music product with the release of new beta station homepages for most of the BBC's radio stations. This is the biggest change since the updates which I blogged about in February. It is the result of work by Andrew Scott's Radio & Music te...

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