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BBC Online Briefing Spring 2012: Keynote

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Ralph Rivera Ralph Rivera | 16:30 UK time, Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Being in the Radio Theatre and New Broadcasting House for our third Online Briefing was really very exciting. 

It was a great opportunity to look back on the year since our first Online Briefing at BAFTA.  It was also time well spent looking at the incredible year ahead, and the themes shaping it. 

Here is the video:

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Ralph Rivera is the Director, BBC Future Media

Delegates reacted to the reach of mobile and tablet applications - particularly Ralph's comments that the iPlayer on iPad was reaching where the Internet fridge had tried to stake a claim. @GinaFegan of D Media Network tweeted:

#BBCOnline iPlayer for iPad is the No.1 app in the UK - & has made the holy grail of entry to the kitchen! - 11:43AM

Dean Johnson (@ActivRightBrain) retweeted the news, noting:

[It's now a default download!] - 11:52AM

Something Else's Trevor Klein (@TrevorRidge) got nostalgic about the fridge:

Fifteen minutes in to BBC Spring Briefing and we have a mention of the Internet fridge. Love it. #bbconline (cc @rooreynolds) - 11:43AM

Ralph returned to his theme from the first briefing about the intersection of storytelling and technology, as indie "Code Computerlove" summed up: 

How do we combine storytelling and technology to leverage connected experiences? Good stuff #bbconline - 11:54AM




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