The other day the BBC published it's Statements of Programme Policy for 2006/2007. This is where the BBC publicly sets out it's plans for the year ahead. Such things as investing in drama, or revamping the 6music schedule.
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The BBC's Statement on Programme Policy for 2006/2007 was recently published, I decided to take a look back at last years, which I blogged about at the time.
Actually digitext is what many people over in BBC News and BBC Sport call digital text, aka BBCi - it's one of those little internal pet names that has managed to wriggle its way out into the public.
Ever get the feeling you're not paying attention enough?
It seems you sit around waiting for a project to launch on the world, and then three all turn up at once.
I got so distracted writing about evil estate agents the other day, that I completely forgot to mention the latest launch from work.
So I arrived back at work yesterday after my lazy week off, to find some new occupants at my old desk. Whilst I was away, it was decided my desk would be the new home for the BBCi pandas.
It feels like just as I'm winding down slightly at work in preperation for having next week off (hurray!), the launches and the changes have been ramping up! Yesterday it was removing TV and Radio listings, today it was improving them as we relaunched our What's On Service on DTT (or Freeview if you must).
On Wednesday we killed off the TV and radio listings on the satellite version of BBCi.
I totally missed this cos no one actually told me, but finally it's complete. Yes, the new BBCi bridge launched on NTL's Bromley network on Tuesday 8 November - a whole six months after it went out on Telewest.