Tagged with: BBC iPlayer
Software Engineering Team Lead
During the 2018 World Cup quarter final our systems at the time became overwhelmed, leading to a major outage. How did we scale our live streaming architecture to stream the Euro 2020 final online to a new record of 7.1 million viewers?
Product Manager, BBC iPlayer
We’re rolling out a new look for playback on connected TV - clean, sleek and pared-back, with new, improved, customisable subtitles.
Research Engineer, BBC R&D
How WebAssembly is being rolled out to different BBC platforms.
Daniel Pope, Gokhan Urgun and Andrew Wheat
Media Services, BBC Design + Engineering
The Media Services team explain the steps taken to create visual seeking functionality.
Senior Product Manager, Interactive TV
How the Green Button will enable viewers to restart a programme already underway on live TV.
Head of Broadcast and Connected Systems, BBC R&D
The BBC has always been working to improve picture quality for audiences and lately we have been able to make some shows available in Ultra-High Definition (UHD). Now we’re taking the next step by streaming live UHD content.
Matthew Clark, Stephen Godwin
Technology Strategy & Architecture
Two of the BBC’s senior architects discuss the creation of the iPlayer architecture and how the BBC’s website and app handle millions of users.
Director, Product & Systems, BBC Design & Engineering
Head of BBC iPlayer, Dan Taylor-Watt, talks through some of the latest developments that ensure users get the best possible experience on the 10,000+ different devices iPlayer is now available on.
Senior Test Engineer, BBC TV & Radio
Our testers are encouraged to evolve with the industry along with our developers and we constantly experiment and iterate on ideas to improve our ways of working within an agile team. We focus on up-skilling, pairing and training to make sure our team are sharing knowledge and introducing new ideas.