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Posts (11)

  1. Interactive Editor

    Radio Reunited sound piece with an explanation of where the different elements came from.

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  2. Senior Content Producer

    Making a mark with Reading + Leeds 2012 was always going to prove a challenge following the grandeur and celebration of the Olympics.

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  3. Controller

    The beta homepages test new designs and features as part of development of the Radio and Music Product - a one stop shop for listening to live and on demand radio from the BBC, on any digital device.

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  4. The 1963 production of Under Milk Wood with Richard Burton with Producer Douglas Cleverdon The BBC will be 90 years old this November and that feels like a good moment to be celebrating one of the longest-lived programming genres with the first ever BBC Audio Drama Awards. In the UK, d...

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  5. Following the headlines in March's iPlayer stats pack that we published last month, I wanted to share some more details and insights about BBC Network Radio's interactive performance, as it was a record month for us. They say events drive reach, and plenty happened on the Radio websites in March...

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  6. Simon Tuff, a senior engineer at the BBC, takes up the technological challenges being met in producing surround sound for online audio. Alan Ogilvie (in the first surround sound blog post) talked about some of the challenges we face when delivering surround sound online as well as some of the c...

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  7. Editor's note: surround sound has history - it was first used in 1940 by Walt Disney - and in this two-part post, Alan Ogilvie reminds us that the BBC's first try at surround sound for streaming audio was back in 2002. He also hints at some plans for the future - SB. In the first part of this b...

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