BBC Online Briefing: Q&A

Tuesday 11 June 2013, 12:37

Jane Weedon Jane Weedon Director Business Development

I see the BBC Online Briefing as a great platform to inform the companies we work with about the exciting things going on within Future Media.

After a busy day ,including live demos from the Connected Studio team and a brilliantly provocative Audiences session from Julian Dickens, Ralph Rivera and I sat down for a Q&A with Kirsty Wark.

Here is a film of Kirsty grilling us about the closure of DMI which broke as a story earlier that day, posing questions about our plans and strategy from members of the audience in BBC Radio Theatre.

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Jane Weedon is Director, Business Development.

Delegates reaction to the Q&A:

@GinaFegan:'With DMI we weren't able to fail fast and fail forward!' Ralph Rivera #bbconline @d_media_network

@apadmi: We think building companion apps for every TV show is a brilliant idea ;) #BBCOnline

@turnipshire: @RalphRivera surely good games developers are native online storytellers? #bbconline

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