Posted by Andrew Rennie on Thursday, 16 December 2017 10:00:59In the past few years, we’ve seen a significant shift in the way people access and use the BBC, from the desktop to mobile devices.
In the past two years, our online gallery has seen a dramatic shift from a “laptop-only” collection to a “desktop-only, tablet-only”, “mobile-only or tablet-free” one.
This has had a number of significant benefits for our audience and the BBC.
One of those benefits is that our online galleries are more visually engaging.
There’s more content, more images, more interactivity, which can be hugely important for an audience who may not otherwise be exposed to the BBC in any meaningful way.
This, in turn, means that we can provide a wider range of content and interactivity to our audiences.
The BBC has been working hard to make this change as easy as possible, with the aim of making it easier for viewers to find and share content from across the internet and our social media channels, such as Facebook and Twitter.
We’ve also invested in a new “live” feature on the BBC News website, which allows viewers to interact with content from our online and social media feeds directly on the News website.
We hope that this will allow our audience to interact directly with content that is published by the BBC as well as the BBC itself.
This means that if you’re interested in a BBC News item, you can find it by browsing to our online library and then clicking on the “Live” button at the top of the News page.
This will also allow you to view articles published by other media outlets and the website of other organisations.
As we continue to invest in our online collections, we’ll continue to provide more visual tools for our audiences and we’re looking forward to adding more in the coming months.
For more information on this, you may want to read the BBC Digital news release from July 2018.
We’re looking for feedback about the new features.
The new online collection also means that content published by our online partners is available in our live online newsroom, which means that when a BBC news story appears on the website, we can show it to you in full.
We also look forward to creating new ways to use our online newsrooms to provide our audiences with more engaging content, which is why we are also looking to extend the ability to create our own content and use that content in the live newsroom.
We are also working on new ways of making the BBC available to people from countries where the BBC is not available.
For example, we’re in talks with an international news agency to use the newsroom for its work in Africa, and we’ll be adding new ways for our digital content partners to offer their content to people outside their home country.
We also want to ensure that our audiences are always up to date on the latest news from the BBC and to make sure that they have the information they need when it comes to the best ways to follow the BBC on social media, and to access our digital collections and newsroom tools.
As we continue the digital transformation of our business, we want to make it easier and easier for people to discover and share the BBC content they want.
That’s why we’ve made a number at the BBC of this digital change, and are working to deliver a better and more comprehensive solution for our online audience.
This is why in 2018 we launched the new BBC News app on iOS and Android, and will be launching the new News app for the BBC World Service in 2018.
The app will be available on both iOS and the Apple TV.
The new News and the News app will also be available for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC, and also on the App Store.
These new digital solutions will help our audiences to be more connected, more engaging and more engaged, so that they can discover and engage with the BBC more directly.
This is a complex topic and we know that it’s not the only one we’re working on, but we’d like to get it right.
This update also brings us great new features for our global audience, and is a further indication that the BBC will continue to grow as a global broadcaster.
We will continue working hard in the months ahead to deliver the best possible news and content for our users, with your support.