Digital Intelligence

Entries from Digital Intelligence tagged with "podcasting"

3 result(s) displayed (1 - 3 of 3)

Apple reaches 1 billion podcast subscriptions

Apple has reached a major milestone for its podcast services, gaining 1 billion subscriptions to its radio-style audio service since it launched back in 2005.

23/07/2013  |  Full story...

Pete Clifton

Head of Editorial Development, BBC

February 2009

Pete CliftonPete Clifton, 46, is the BBC’s Head of Editorial Development, Multi-Media Journalism - one of the longest job titles in the organisation which puts him in charge of on demand developments across News, Sport and Weather. Before this he was Head of BBC News Interactive, the department responsible for the main News site, plus news to mobile phones, text on TV, interactive TV and outdoor spaces.

Before joining the BBC Pete was a news reporter on the Chronicle and Echo evening newspaper in Northampton, and later their cricket correspondent, covering a wide range of Northamptonshire defeats across the country. He went on to be a sports reporter at the Extel national news agency, before becoming the chief sub on the sports desk at the Press Association.

Away from work Pete likes exchanging dubious stories in bars, wine, playing the piano, attempting bad card tricks, bike riding, walking, golf, entertaining his four children, and occasionally his wife.

What is the next big challenge for the online news industry?
Said on: www.journalism.co.uk Oct 2005
How to make content available on different platforms. Beyond whatever website you are publishing on, how will the news be personalised? In what format? How will users want to receive their news? What about new ways of presenting content? The technical infrastructure? We will have to meet the on-demand age and be extremely nimble so that we can deliver whatever is needed, wherever it is needed

10/02/2009

Pete Clifton

Head of News Interactive, BBC.co.uk

May 2006

Pete Clifton heads the largest online news operation in the world. BBC News Interactive enjoys the support of a worldwide network of correspondents and the incredible BBC editorial machine. Already the site tops 4 million unique viewers a day, but now they are changing their publishing model to embrace convergence and user generated content. With the BBC's behaviour able to influence the UK online media market, all eyes are on London's White City to see how the new services perform.

Download the article (right-click and select save/download)

Join the news service so you hear about future reports (include your company details and areas of interest)

21/05/2006

Other tags

Digital Intelligence tag list:

Copyright ©2000-2017 Digital Strategy Consulting Limited | All rights reserved | This material is for your personal use only | Using this site constitutes acceptance of our user agreement and privacy policy