Monday 8 October 2012, 14:11
Hello, I am Andrew Scott, Head of Radio and Music and Audience Facing Services here at BBC Future Media. Today we announced the launch of BBC iPlayer Radio, previously known as the Radio and Music Product, and I'm delighted to tell you more about this new dedicated home for BBC radio across PC, mobile...
Tuesday 14 August 2012, 17:15
As Executive Product Manager for BBC Future Media I've led the Red Button and Connected TV services for the Olympics. The Red Button service has reached a huge audience and I wanted to share some of the thinking that went into it.
Up to 24 simultaneous live events were available to satellite and cable...
Thursday 13 June 2013, 08:00
Ever wondered what your cat gets up to once it leaves the cat flap? The Horizon programme, in collaboration with the Royal Veterinary College, set off to a Surrey village with GPS trackers and collar ‘cat cams’ to find out.
While the idea seemed light-hearted to begin with there was some serious science...
Tuesday 14 May 2013, 10:18
Hello, I'm the product manager of the BBC Homepage.
In November 2012 I wrote a post about a project I was working on with an agency called Red Badger as part of the BBC’s Connected Studio initiative.
I’m really excited that we have now been able to put the link to this pilot live on the Connected...
Thursday 13 June 2013, 12:00
In BBC R&D we're used to working on cutting edge technology for broadcast use so my colleague Tony Richardson and I were really excited when Horizon approached us to develop the cat-cams which were to be used to track the lives of several cat subjects.
Tuesday 24 July 2012, 18:17
Hi. I'm Kim Shillinglaw and I'm the head of 3D for the BBC.
Summer seems to have finally arrived, and with that continues the BBC's 'Summer of 3D'. We've had Wimbledon - and what a final to have captured in three dimensions - and I'm now looking forward to the rather impressive Planet Dinosaur 3D in...
Monday 30 September 2013, 13:51
We’ve added simple controls to choose whether to allow downloads when on mobile networks or just on WiFi (to avoid data charges), to ‘queue’ as many downloads as you like, and to manage your downloaded content quickly and easily via the new ‘My Downloads’ section of the app.
Thursday 18 April 2013, 11:39
Hi, I'm Chris Sizemore executive editor for the BBC's Knowledge & Learning product.
Today marks the beginning of a journey to unlock the learning potential of BBC content. As a first step we are releasing a new website which we’re currently calling Knowledge & Learning Beta.
Thursday 7 November 2013, 08:30
As part of a 10% time project, myself and my colleagues in BBC R&D have created 7 Twitter bots that will tweet bands and artists whenever their music is played on BBC Radio
Friday 8 March 2013, 16:11
Hi I'm Nat Smith a freelance digital project manager. I helped co-ordinate the creation of the Your Paintings site.
My colleague Nick Cohen blogged about the public beta launch of Your Paintings in 2011.
Now the digitisation and publishing of the paintings is complete, we thought it would be a great time...
Friday 18 January 2013, 12:30
I'm Richard Smith and I look after feedback and public accountability for BBC Online (including managing the small team who produce this blog and plan and deliver our BBC Online Industry Briefings.)
Part of my role involves working with BBC commissioners and external suppliers to facilitate the working...
Monday 5 November 2012, 09:50
The BBC's digital coverage of this summer's London Olympic Games has been widely recognized as a great success, with audience online viewing figures and feedback exceeding expectations, as detailed in Cait O'Riordan's post "The story of the digital Olympics".
Reporting to Cait, as the L2012 programme...
Tuesday 25 February 2014, 08:30
In June last year we published a draft of the BBC Mobile Accessibility Standards and Guidelines. Since then we've been listening to feedback, reviewing the standards and guidelines, and refining techniques so that today the standards can finally come out of draft.
Monday 3 June 2013, 08:00
Hi I work with BBC News FM as a data architect, looking at ways that we can use linked data to help users discover relevant News stories quickly and easily on the BBC website.
My colleague Matt Shearer has blogged about some of the prototyping that we have been doing, and Oli Bartlett has explained the...
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