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It's important to remember that the BBC is prohibited from taking product placement for its licence fee funded services. Read the latest new guidelines and advice on product placement and props.
Figures out today (30.6.10) for the BBC's WOCC (Window of Creative Competition) for financial year 2010/2011 show marginal changes to the hours won by in-house versus independent production companies. Read more about the detail and the executive response to the BBC Trust's recommendations.
The latest Entertainment Commissioning development briefs and showreel from Mark Linsey have been published. Find out more about the commissioning slot and audience details, what's been working well on the channels and where opportunities exist.
The latest Daytime & Early Peak Commissioning development briefs from Liam Keelan have been published. Find out more about the commissioning slot and audience details, what's been working well on the channels and where opportunities exist.
The latest refreshed Comedy Commissioning development briefs from Cheryl Taylor have been published. Find out more about the commissioning slot and audience details, what's been working well on the channels and where opportunities exist.
The BBC's Head of External Supply for BBC Commissioning, Jane McCloskey, talks about BBC Online's progress in improving how it manages it's commissioning process. Find out more about the long term strategy, the tech roster and the new BBC Online events calendar.
As you may know, the approach to commissioning on BBC Online is changing and has been for some time. The General Manager of BBC Online, Andy Conroy offers an update on how the operational changes we made in November will impact on the online business.
The TV and digital sector seems to be the great hope of a UK economy still struggling to keep its head above water - and new ways of financing Television, Film and other creative content are much in demand. Krishan Arora from the BBC's Network Supply Project takes a closer look at how both the BBC and companies are responding.
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