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BBC Online Briefing Spring 2012: website and workplan

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Andy Conroy | 17:00 UK time, Thursday, 3 May 2012

View into a the rows of seating in a theatre. There is a balcony above and a sound booth behind the back row - and art deco lighting around. The carpet is a rich red.

The Radio Theatre in Broadcasting House. Pic Phil Coomes, 1999

The BBC Online team are gearing up for another BBC Online Briefing. This time we are in London in the magnificent, historic surroundings of the refurbished Radio Theatre in Broadcasting House in London. The Briefing is being held on Friday May 4. 

The idea behind the Briefings is to share with a broad cross section of the UK digital media industry our latest service and product plans as well as latest thinking on significant topics.

This is the third in the series – the format will be similar to the successful events at BBC North, MediaCityUK in November and at BAFTA, London in June. You can find out more at the Spring Briefing site: the speakers, the delegates, et cetera. One of our guests, Steve Rosenbaum, has already blogged about one of the topics. Finally we are publishing BBC Online’s Workplan for the coming year (PDF). I hope this will give you a better idea about what we hope to achieve in the next twelve months.

The Briefing is by invitation only and we’ve filled up the Radio Theatre. If you want to follow events on the day then look for hashtag #BBCOnline. And, as in November and June, all the presentations and sessions will be videoed and published on the BBC Internet blog next week.

Andy Conroy is General Manager, BBC Online

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