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Doing Digital Properly: Top Tips From BBC Worldwide’s Alex Ayling

Today, anyone can broadcast through platforms like YouTube. With amateurs producing incredible content, and organisations like Vice creating films specifically for online broadcast, where do traditional broadcasters like the BBC fit in? Continue reading

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How To Ace Twitter

As a producer, I like to use Twitter to share my work.  But I’ve always felt that I could be doing it better.  Last November, Dr Rhiannon MacDonnell (Marketing Professor at Cass Business School), Barney Worfolk-Smith (Director at creative social agency … Continue reading

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16 Top Tips For Social Media In Television

But where do you draw the line of what is acceptable to talk about – particularly in the gossipy world of television production? Continue reading

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The BBC’s Quiet Game-Changer

Coffee-geeks in the trendy East London cafe were slightly alarmed as I first shouted with joy, then wiped tears from my eyes, as Gemma Gibbons slammed her opponent to the mat and mouthed “I love you mum,” to the heavens. Continue reading

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Are You Talking Too Much Shit?

Being a man who writes of (and occasionally participates in) fairly masculine adventures, I thought I’d explore this concept. The inference is two-fold: if talking is girly, then solitude must be manly; and solitude results in achievement. Continue reading

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