BBC Online Christmas Briefing: Q&A

Thursday 19 December 2013, 14:37

Jane Weedon Jane Weedon Director Business Development

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This month’s BBC Online Briefing was a great way to share our digital priorities and get instant feedback from our partners and suppliers. Fiona Bruce hosted the Q&A session at the end of the afternoon with me and Ralph talking questions from the floor. The only brief for these moments is to “expect the unexpected”!

Amongst other issues we discussed the digital legacy of London 2012; how the culture of the BBC might change as a result of Connected Studio; and ideas around the digital public space.

Please take a moment to watch the video and add any questions of your own in the comments below.

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Jane Weedon and Ralph Rivera take questions from delegates.

Jane Weedon is Director, Business Development, BBC Future Media

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