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  • BBC’s Click in Spanish is coming to the US, Uruguay and Mexico

    BBC’s Click in Spanish is coming to the US, Uruguay and Mexico

    The Spanish-language edition of the BBC’s flagship digital technology programme, Click, is now available to viewers of the Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network (HITN) in the US. Later this year, the programme will also be broadcast on Uruguay’s state telecommunications company Antel, via its Vera+ platforms, and Mexico’s state broadcaster Sistema Publico de Radiodifusion del Estado Mexicano, SPR, via its ‘Una Voz con Todos’ digital television platform.

  • BBC presents new digital pilot from Kenyan designers

    BBC presents new digital pilot from Kenyan designers

    Tailored BBC news content for the smartphone and social media generation is now available with the new African-designed pilot BBC Drop, which can be tried from today at bbc.com/drop.

  • Commissioning opportunity: Get Reading social media campaign

    Commissioning opportunity: Get Reading social media campaign

    To support the 2016 Get Reading initiative BBC Learning will be commissioning two social media campaigns to encourage audiences to share and recommend their favourite books. The initial deadline for submissions is 26 February 2016

  • BBC Radio 6 Music breaks records and becomes the most-listened-to digital-only station in the UK

    BBC Radio 6 Music breaks records and becomes the most-listened-to digital-only station in the UK

    BBC Radio 6 Music has regained the top spot as the most-listened-to digital-only station in the UK, according to new figures released by RAJAR.

  • Tectonics Glasgow 2016 breaks the boundaries of new music

    Tectonics Glasgow 2016 breaks the boundaries of new music

    Having just celebrated his 80th birthday, renowned pianist John Tilbury comes to Glasgow for the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra’s annual Tectonics festival at City Halls and Old Fruitmarket, from 7 to 8 May. The orchestra launched the 2016 programme today, which sees musical disciplines from Scotland and across the globe collide and collaborate.

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