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Interesting Stuff 09.07.08: BBC Annual Report word cloud

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Nick Reynolds Nick Reynolds | 13:18 UK time, Wednesday, 9 July 2008

The BBC Annual Report was published yesterday. Media Guardian has a useful summary of the digital bit. (Update 5.36 pm - The Register has its own distinctive take here)

The BBC's Dan Taylor has put together two "word clouds" of the Annual Report at Fabric of Folly. Here's one:


A few stats:


3.6bn page impressions a month
33m unique weekly global users
12m British adult users a week

BBCi (red button services)

annual weekly reach: 11m adults
3m watched Wimbledon 2007 on bbci
2.6m viewed Glastonbury interactive

BBC iPlayer

42m programmes accessed on iPlayer between January and March 2008. The most streamed programme in the last financial year was an episode of The Apprentice and Louis Theroux: Behind Bars.

7.7m UK people downloaded BBC podcasts in March 2008 (16.4m around the world)

Nick Reynolds is editor BBC internet blog



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