Comments for http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/journalismlabs/2008/12/journalism_and_iptv.html http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/journalismlabs/2008/12/journalism_and_iptv.html en-gb 30 Tue 22 Jul 2014 20:34:56 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/journalismlabs/2008/12/journalism_and_iptv.html antgirl http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/journalismlabs/2008/12/journalism_and_iptv.html?page=80#comment4 This is fascinating stuff. What, if any, are the next steps for this? I got a bit lost in your last few paragraphs - where do you think this might lead? What areas would you explore next?Do you think this could help with increasing media literacy? How does this sit with the BBC aim to provide world class journalism? I'd love to see how this would play out for different strands - sports, hyper-local services, other media partnerships as mentioned by syganymede. Fri 27 Mar 2009 21:42:09 GMT+1 Siberian Winter http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/journalismlabs/2008/12/journalism_and_iptv.html?page=60#comment3 My only concern is that the development of IPTV is inherently constrained by available bandwith to the viewer. I am assuming that a highspeed broadband connection is a conditional requirement to recieve IPTV services.I know that BT has been given the go ahead for planned investment in high speed fibre optic network but this is still someway off. My current fixed line capacity is only 1.5 Meg because of the distance we live away from the exchange.I can only foresee a deeper division between the information rich/poor driven by lack of infrastructure. This may not rest easily with all licence payers. Tue 10 Mar 2009 23:33:58 GMT+1 Sue_Aitch http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/journalismlabs/2008/12/journalism_and_iptv.html?page=40#comment2 "The Red Button service is actually far richer than Ceefax could ever hope to be."True, but then not all Ceefax pages have migrated to Red Button land, e.g. Chess, Broadcast Charity Appeals - and Border will complete switchover this year and so lose these services.Blood News (BBC Two Page 465) is of particular interest to would be donors who don't have internet access at home ... Fri 20 Feb 2009 10:02:15 GMT+1 Doge http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/journalismlabs/2008/12/journalism_and_iptv.html?page=20#comment1 Antony Rose commented that he did not want to see the BBC "disagregated", that, I presume, means that BBC programs should always appear on only the BBC TV channels or on iPlayer, but not be thrown open to a wider choice and competition such as iTunes or other video distribution channels.But this seems to conflict with the view that users should chose the running order! Most users want to chose a running order which may include some BBC, but will also include other sources. Tue 20 Jan 2009 13:28:38 GMT+1 dennisjunior1 http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/journalismlabs/2008/12/journalism_and_iptv.html?page=0#comment0 Tristram Biggs:Will viewers choose their own running order?Yes, In the long-term viewers will be choosing the running order!!!~Dennis Junior~ Thu 08 Jan 2009 20:21:28 GMT+1