Blog posts by year and month July 2013

Posts (17)

  1. These pages are the first within Sport to fully embrace responsive web design (RWD) - that is, the pages adapt to the device they are presented on whether that is a mobile, tablet, desktop or anything else in between.

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  2. Last week, we held the second event - focusing on the move to an IP based future in broadcasting, looking at content creation, consumption, and distribution.

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  3. This year, some of the BBC FOUR Proms are being made available in HD on the BBC Red Button HD stream. A total of 12 Proms are going to appear on the special Red Button HD stream which is available to viewers with a HD TV or set-top box with Freeview HD , YouView, Freesat HD or Virgin Media .

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  4. From butterflies to crime dramas with plenty of sports action sprinkled on top, the BBC Red Button has something for everyone this week. Make sure you don’t miss the best of the action with this week’s Red Button highlights.

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  5. Software design is complex. Even with a strong voice from the product owner, the detail around interaction patterns and behaviours can be lost-in-translation between Business Analyst, Designer, and Developer.

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  6. It’s another jam-packed week on the BBC Red Button this week with an eclectic mix of content for everybody to enjoy. From the laid-back fields of Latitude Festival to solving crime with BBC’s Crimewatch, find out how you can get the some of the best of the BBC straight to your living room.

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  7. The Breaking News Tool (BNT) is a new product we’ve launched this month which allows journalists to deliver breaking news alerts to you in up to six different ways at once.

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  8. It’s another busy week for BBC Red Button as we continue to bring you the best of Britain’s music festivals with T in the Park coverage and highlights. We've also got all the MotoGP action from the Saschenring and the Women’s Euros in Sweden, plus Rick Stein and behind the scenes at CBBC's Wild.

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