Blog posts by year and month September 2013

Posts (17)

  1. This week, one assistant producer’s journey from traditional TV to YouTube, how a West London community station is reaching its audiences through new digital platforms, and how to choose and use the perfect image online in the return of our Twitter Q&As.

    Read more

  2. 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. 

    Read more

  3. We’ve got plenty to offer this week with a packed schedule of comedy, music and sport. See some of the best talent from the Edinburgh Fringe and watch highlights of the Stephen Lawrence Unity Concert. There’s lots for sports fans with Road World Championship cycling, MotoGP and Final Score. 

    Read more

  4. Today, I'm pleased to announce the release of a new desktop downloads solution, BBC iPlayer Downloads , which aims to address the underlying cause of many of those issues.

    Read more

  5. We've even had some dedicated listeners send us recordings of programmes that were missing from the archive. We are currently analysing the data so far to see how good the tags are by comparing professional archivists, listeners and our algorithms.

    Read more

  6. This week Justin Timberlake performs his big hits and tracks from a new album in the Live Lounge, and Hugh Laurie explores the influence of the blues on pop music. Sports fans can catch the World Cycling Road Championships.

    Read more

  7. Invited in by Marc Settle from BBC Academy, Bob Schukai from Thomson Reuters popped in to BBC Blue Room to give an intriguing demo of Google Glass.

    Read more

  8. BBC User Experience & Design (UX&D) are very excited to offer the chance for world class user experience and design agencies of all sizes and specialisms to join our new BBC Digital Design Services roster.

    Read more

  9. This year the consumer was at the heart of the show with manufactures focusing more on what they want and how they want it.

    Read more

  10. ...the purpose of an open post is to give you the opportunity to make a comment, ask a question or have a conversation about any aspect of the work of BBC Future Media or BBC Online.

    Read more