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BBC NEWS | Technology | BBC opens TV listings for 'remix'

It just seems that everytime you turn around, the BBC corperation just keeps getting cooler and cooler.

Developers and designers are being encouraged to come up with innovative ways of using TV and radio schedules by taking part in a BBC competition.
The competition, announced at the Open Tech conference in London, has been organised by the BBC's backstage.bbc.co.uk developer network.
Backstage lets people remix the BBC's content to make new applications.
The latest content release is seven-day listings information for TV and radio, in a format called TV Anytime. The backstage project, which is part-sponsoring the Open Tech conference, opened its doors to developers in May, but officially launches at Open Tech on Saturday. “

 

BBC Developer resources:

http://backstage.bbc.co.uk/
http://www.bbc.co.uk/opensource/

 

 

Posted on Saturday, July 23, 2005 10:29 AM | Back to top


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