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I am delighted to say that four women who attended the Women in Tech event then went onto apply for the BBC Digital Media graduate scheme and will be joining us in the 2015 intake this September.
Head of Audiences
We recently conducted research around a topic we labelled ‘Digital Needs’ – exploring the various ways and reasons that people use the internet and how this differs between different demographic segments.
We want to encourage a wide range of the best digital innovators to participate, and work together to develop online services and create BBC digital media products for the future.
Head of Operations
These projects included the delivery of coverage solely via an IP infrastructure; streaming live 360 degree imagery to virtual reality headsets, complete with binaural sound; and tests using 4K and 4G technology.
During my brief session (a tough billing - sandwiched between Connected Studio’s hugely entertaining Robin Cramp and a much needed tea break) I talked about procurement; the role of Market Engagement, and gave an overview of the three digital frameworks we implemented this year.
Director, Future Media
In this brief interview I talk through Future Media’s five priorities and some of my highlights from the last six months, including the Our World War interactive video; R&D’s fantastic work at this summer’s Commonwealth Games; and developments in BBC Music, BBC Playlister and BBC Earth.
Head of Digital Creativity, Future Media
At the recent BBC Online Briefing, alongside my colleague Jon Howard, I talked about the motivations and aspirations behind the initiative; some of the steps we’ve already taken this year; and some of the exciting projects we’ll be delivering throughout 2015.