Another amazing tiring, flat-out exhausting demo marathon at MozFest’s 2014 event “Science Fair”. And this year, slightly more bearded men than last year.
The BBC Academy College of Journalism just published this video about Rapid Prototyping with BBC News Labs.
Did a quick talk for BBC Academy Fusion today about News Labs & Connected Studio – chaired by Jem Stone. It was all about “Innovation in large organisations”. Malcolm Coles (Product Director at Trinity Mirror) and Martin Trickey (Group Head of Digital at Shed Media Group) also talked. Video to go up shortly.
We talked briefly about BBC News Labs at the Online Briefing, as part of BBC Connected Studio’s segment. Fiona Bruce was presenting the session, and I outlined our plans and approach. See video at 24:30: BBC Online Briefing 2013 – Connected Studio Video.
BBC Academy put together this video to briefly explain how BBC News Labs is using Rapid Prototyping at #newsHACK.
See the demos and prizewinners from the #newsHACK 2013 event. A few moments: The Mirror team’s “Rubix News” The Sky News team hack demo My former boss Anthony Sullivan (who was a judge, and is now at Guardian) giving an award to the Sky News team Me Introducing the judges Robin Pembrooke awarding “Best in … Continue reading Demos from #newsHACK – 27 Prototypes demo sessions & 7 Prize Winners
On October 17th & 18th 2013, BBC News Labs in partnership with BBC Connected Studio, put on a 48 hour News Industry Hackathon called #newsHACK with 10 News Organisations and 6 Universities. BBC News Labs brought The Juicer, with our News Labs APIs, and a Storyline authoring tool called Storyliner by Outlandish.com for teams to … Continue reading #newsHACK 2013 – BBC News Labs Hackathon with Connected Studio
On 29th April 2013, the we (BBC News Labs team) took the News Labs APIs, and all the data held in The Juicer, to Yahoo! Hack Europe. You can see the BBC News Labs at Yahoo! Hack Europe presentation here and the video of the News Labs presentation here. BBC News Labs Presentation at Yahoo! … Continue reading BBC News Labs APIs at Yahoo! HackEurope 2013