Blog posts by year and month June 2014

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  1. We covered a diverse range of topics including how we evaluate areas for development; the broadcast of data; and the 'internet of things.' We even managed to throw in a couple of Star Trek references! Please take a moment to watch the video and feel free to add any questions of your own in the c...

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  2. My presentation shows that despite the range of competing delivery methods linear TV remains remarkably resilient, with the majority of viewers still finding content via the EPG, and many watching the same live programmes every week. In this video I discuss various scenarios for the future of TV...

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  3. I really don't know how this happened.

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  4. I spoke at the recent BBC Online Briefing about the new broadcasting system and the ways in which BBC R&D engages with the digital industry through joint product development, developments with SMEs, and research projects, as well as our involvement in cross industry initiatives.

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  5. Wait! There’s even more fun to be had!

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  6. A source of near-constant frustration for internet users seems to be non-functioning or otherwise absent codecs. Media found online can often prompt a dreaded error message when put through our playback devices.

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  7. With the World Cup, Wimbledon tennis and the Commonwealth Games, as well as non-sporting events such as Glastonbury, Reading Festival and the Proms, BBC Online teams have been hard at work to make sure that viewers can enjoy comprehensive and immersive experiences.

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  8. As a team we gave an update on our various projects;

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  9. If you have an Oculus Rift developer kit, you can download the experience yourself on a MAC or on a PC. Try it out and let us know what you think.

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  10. We have made the decision to appoint a smaller roster than we have in the past. This was because we wanted to make sure that if an agency was selected, they would have a reasonable expectation of getting work from the BBC, as well as a greater opportunity to build long-term working relationships...

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