BBC RADIO BLOG

Steve Bowbrick

Head of Interactive, Radio 3,

Blog posts in total 9

Posts

  1. BBC Radio 3's Free Thinking Festival 2012, with Mary Robinson, Amos Oz, Antony Beevor, Philippa Gregory, Michael Ignatieff, Kevin Whately, Lee Hall, Polly Toynbee and many more.

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  2. Listening to the radio online has a history. The first station in the world to stream radio across the Internet was North Carolina student radio station WXYC in late 1994. BBC radio programmes have been available on the web for over fifteen years. A 1995 experiment by BBC Radio 3 also included ...

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  3. For the next couple of weeks, over on the 5 live blog, they're going to be taking listeners behind the scenes at the 24-hour station - with blog posts from people in every area of 5 live. Each blogger will write about a day in their life at the station, starting tomorrow morning with Chris Hunte...

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  4. Using a beta (test) version of a service called Storify we've rounded up the reaction in the press, on the blogs and on the social networks to this morning's RAJAR numbers. What's your opinion of the numbers? Log in to leave a comment. Steve Bowbrick, blogs editor RAJAR (Radio Joint Audie...

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  5. I asked the BBC's media correspondent, Torin Douglas, to drop into 5 live's offices in Television Centre this morning to interview Controller Adrian Van Klaveren about the station's performance in the final quarter of 2010. Steve Bowbrick, blogs editor RAJAR (Radio Joint Audience Rese...

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  6. The Rajars? Obscure industry obsession or the beating heart of radio? The RAJAR figures for the fourth quarter of 2010 are published next Thursday morning, 3 February. Watch this space for coverage of the numbers that give radio people sleepless nights, starting on Tuesday with an exclusive prim...

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  7. Some big changes have been announced today by management at BBC Online. A cut amounting to 25% will affect the whole of the Corporation's online division (Future Media & Technology). 360 posts will close all together, including between 35 and 39 at BBC Audio & Music Interactive. Around 200 indiv...

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  8. Last week's radio industry conference The Radio Festival was the first to take place in its new permament home, Salford. The whole UK radio industry was present and a sense of the shared challenges to radio animated the event. The video captures a fascinating session called 'meet the bosses' in ...

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  9.   Senior managers at BBC Audio & Music are already keen bloggers. The Controllers of Radio 3, Radio 4 and 5 live have had their own blogs for some time and others have blogged on the BBC Internet blog, the BBC Music blog and on various technical blogs. The latest to jump in is the boss, Direc...

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