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Programme pages are getting a new look

In the next few months you’ll notice that programme pages on bbc.co.uk/programmes are getting a massively improved look.

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Why? 

It's the first step of the new Vision multiplatform strategy towards a unified TV & iPlayer product and features:
• Improved usability making it easier to find content
• Easy to find clips on their own page
• Episode guides
• Programme recommendations
• Sharing on social networks

How?

Programme pages will be migrated by channel in the following order – Three, Four, Two and one. This process will be completed by Christmas 2011.

Opt outs – we will opt out any sites that need to stay in the old design from the channel migration. If you think that your programme needs to remain in the old style contact your programme page superuser.

If you want to flip your programme into the new design as soon as possible, contact your superuser.

How can I find out more?

The Commissioning site has a knowledgebase explaining what’s happening, why and when.  On these pages you’ll find:

When the design refresh is finished

The programme pages will be evolving and there will be new features released in the coming months and a simpler content publishing process. You will be able to find out more on this site, so please keep an eye on the BBC Commissioning news page and add it to your RSS feed to keep up to date as more information becomes available.

Take a look at the Slash Programmes redesign pages to find out more.
 

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