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BBC Bitesize is seeking video content for use on a set of 40 Science Explainers for the new 11-14 product. The deadline for submission is 23 August 2016 at 8am.
Watch an interview with Gian Quaglieni to find out what current affairs are seeking now for BBC Two and Three.
Seeking suppliers to create 18 study guides including video content, interactive quizzes, text and infographics. The submission deadline is 11 August 2016.
Updated commissioning needs include events in the factual theatre space, either as one-offs, two-parters or a series and different takes on access through a specialist factual lens.
The BBC Children’s commissioning team will be hosting a live-streamed online briefing on Tuesday 19 July at 4pm for attendees to learn more about the Children’s audience, the brands that appeal to them and their online behaviour.
BBC Bitesize is seeking 13 short-form videos to provide students with further explanations of GCSE Physics content. Deadline for submissions is 27 July at 5pm
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The current Head of Documentaries Commissioning will take up the new role in mid-August. Patrick joined the BBC in September 2015.
Kate will be responsible for overseeing entertainment commissioning across all BBC Television channels, BBC iPlayer and BBC Three. She will take up the role on Monday September 5 2016.
BBC Bitesize is seeking suppliers to produce 12 short-form videos (10 x three minutes and two x 1.5 minutes) to enrich their GCSE Biology content. The deadline for submission is 18 July 2016.
The BBC Children’s commissioning team will be hosting a live-streamed online briefing on Tuesday 21 June at 4pm to outline their interactive commissioning priorities and ambitions for CBeebies and CBBC.
Head of Specialist Factual Commissioning will be leaving in mid-August with Tom McDonald becoming Head of Natural History and Specialist Factual Commissioning, Television.
BBC Comedy are now accepting submissions for the 2017 batch of Comedy Feed pilots. All submissions should be made via BBC Pitch by October 31 2016.
BBC Bitesize require suppliers to produce a complete suite of study guides for CCEA Moving Image Arts to include text, short form video and infographics. The deadline for submissions is midnight on Tuesday 21 June 2016.
Updated commissioning needs include a scripted comedy series of six episodes for pre or post watershed on BBC One and six part studio audience and single camera sitcoms on BBC Two.
Information includes the longform target durations for BBC Three and a call for series ideas of scale and ambition for BBC Two which can go into production soon.
Find out more about the newly formed BBC Design and Engineering division and the digital frameworks along with information about how to apply.
Watch Patrick Holland, Head of Documentary Commissioning, discuss his latest strategy and commissioning needs for documentaries on BBC Three and across channels an updated video interview.
BBC Archives have reviewed the rate card which outlines their charged services for BBC programme makers. The updated rates will be implemented from 1 June 2016.
On Monday 16 May the BBC will be hosting an online, streamed briefing to support suppliers interested in joining the latest Digital Services Framework. The framework is suitable for companies that specialise in the design and development of bespoke digital technologies.
The BBC is opening the Digital Services Framework for suppliers specialising in the design and development of bespoke digital technologies. The deadline for submission is ¬ Monday 27 June at 10am.
BBC Bitesize is seeking treatments for short-form videos which bring English and maths to life for adult learners. The deadline for pitching is Tuesday 3 May 2016.
The BBC is seeking a company to create interactive immersive online training to support the new version of the EPG system.
Get hands on with cutting edge digital tools, pick the brains of broadcast industry insiders and participate in workshops, masterclasses and talks at the BBC Academy Digital Cities Birmingham week.
The tender is for the live match coverage, studio presentation and transmission of the tournament and is aimed at independent production companies that qualify as a UK Nations production.
BBC Entertainment is seeking a new early peak Saturday night show for BBC One from the Nations.
BBC Entertainment are seeking a new late night, multi-item talent-led Comedy Entertainment vehicle for BBC Two. The team are seeking something that brings the very best cutting edge content to the channel and are open to form, scheduling and volume.
The Specialist Factual Formats team are seeking original and innovative takes on Specialist Factual content using forms more commonly associated with Factual Entertainment, Entertainment, Documentary, live shows or Features. Current opportunities include a 9pm series on BBC One from 3 x 60mins - 6 x 60mins.
A range of briefs have been released including a single programme or series of programmes of 15 – 20 minutes embracing the humorous or entertaining side of music and short programmes that tell the story of memorable music moments.
BBC Connected Studio are seeking proposals for immersive digital content experiences utilising virtual reality, augmented reality and gaming technologies. Successful submissions will be released on the publicly facing BBC Taster website.
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