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Internet Blog - BBC iPlayer gets even better

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Laura Murray Laura Murray | 16:50 UK time, Friday, 3 September 2010

Over on the BBC Internet Blog, James Hewines, Head of BBC iPlayer has posted about the next iteration of the service.

"The BBC iPlayer team are very excited about the latest developments going live next week - this is a big step for the product, and its users, bringing:

  • A new design which is more fun to use, and distinctively styled.
  • A range of personalisation features that let you shape your very own BBC iPlayer experience.
  • Integration with your social network account that lets you add a social dimension to your viewing and listening".

Read James Hewines' post in full and comment on the BBC Internet Blog.

There is also a blog from David Blackall, who looks after all new website feature offerings for BBC iPlayer on PC, Mac and Linux, about how your feedback influenced the new Beta. You can read David's blog and comment here.

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