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BBC Bitesize commissioning opportunities

Bitesize covers a wide-range of online content types including short-form linear video, interactive activities, study guides, audio clips, slideshows and infographics. Most often, a commissioning brief will ask for a particular content format across a single subject (for example, a video for Key Stage 3 History).

Bitesize briefs are usually for a specific set of deliverables against agreed learning objectives for publication online. These will be a mix of emailed briefs and those published on the this website.

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BBC iWonder

BBC iWonder is the digital factual and educational brand from the BBC designed to explore different perspectives on thought-provoking questions sparked by everyday life, current events, seasons, anniversaries, BBC programmes and campaigns or social trends.

BBC iWonder has been built with a “mobile first” mentality using responsive design as a way to enable a fluid experience for users across multiple devices. Interactive content formats are a key feature of BBC iWonder.

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Campaigns

In 2016 Get Reading (working title) will be the umbrella brand for a yearlong celebration of books and authors. BBC Learning will explore the books that matter to us most through two separate social media campaigns: one targeting the heartland BBC audience and the other focussing on teenagers and young adults.

In response to the commissioning brief, one successful company will devise the social media strategy for both campaigns as well as creating content to help promote and increase the reach of the campaign on social networks.

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