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  1. Major changes to commissioning in BBC Online

    BBC Online is in the process of making major changes, as we set ourselves up to deliver the new strategy outlined in January. Andy Conroy, General Manager, BBC Online, talks about the challenges ahead and what this will mean for audiences on the BBC Internet blog. Reshaping BBC Online - blo...

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  2. Moderation and 'superinjunctions'

    Editor's note: a big story for the the BBC and for the whole of UK media this last week has been the limits of what can be said where a court injunction applies and when it has effectively collapsed. Paul Wakely explains the rules that apply to what you say at bbc.co.uk - SB. I'm the Editor, Mod...

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  3. Everyone has a story - the BBC's new diversity strategy

    Today we're publishing the BBC Diversity Strategy for 2011-15, outlining our commitment to diversity in the programmes we make and the people we work with. We are also publishing the research and consultation that have helped shape this strategy and perhaps most importantly, the action plans divi...

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  4. Sharing Albert - supporting sustainability in TV production

    About six months ago, Albert started working at the BBC. Albert was tasked with helping our programmes become more 'sustainable' and quickly became well known for asking difficult but important questions to which we didn't always have the answer. Albert was available for work 24/7, never slept an...

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  5. BBC North takes off

    Today we embark on the next chapter in the story of BBC North as we welcome our first movers into our new buildings at MediaCityUK. They join the BBC Philharmonic who moved into their new performance space at the beginning of May and kickstart over thirty-six weeks in the single most ambitious st...

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  6. BBC Films takes 'Kevin' to Cannes

    [View the story "We Need to Talk About Kevin" on Storify] Steve Bowbrick is editor of About the BBC More information about WNTTAK and Ramsey's other films 'Ratcatcher' and 'Morvern Callar', on the BBC Films web site....

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  7. RAJARs, Sonys and more make it a good week for BBC Radio

    RAJAR day - the publication of the latest listening figures for radio in the UK - brings promising results. Over on the BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 4 Extra blog, Gwyneth Williams, Controller, describes the station's record reach of 10.8 million as "cheering". Read Gwyneth's blog post in full ...

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  8. Council spending - making it clear

    Today we launch the results of a substantial research project analysing information supplied by more than 260 local authorities across England about how their spending plans will impact on public services in their areas, following the Government's Spending Review process. We have undertaken th...

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  9. First Click Friends - getting everybody online

    Earlier today I gave a speech at the National Digital Conference to an audience of around one thousand 'digital champions'. It's been an inspiring day to celebrate the launch of a network of 'digital champions' - anyone encouraging family and friends to use the internet. I announced the launch of...

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  10. Mark Thompson at the National Digital Conference

    Later this afternoon, BBC Director-General Mark Thompson will deliver a speech to the National Digital Conference in London on the subject of media literacy. You can watch a live stream of the event on the ND11 website. Mark Thompson's speech begins at about 1535. Come back to the blog for furthe...

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