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The Havas Social Newsroom: monitoring, responding, creating

The Havas Social Newsroom: monitoring, responding, creating | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
'Content' and 'storytelling' were the buzzwords at Cannes Lions, but Havas' content-creation engine is turning talk into action


Havas' Social Newsroom is a content-creation engine both monitoring and responding to what's been happening at Cannes Lions 2014 this week. With a team of data analysts, content strategists, community managers, creative technologists, production experts, designers, photographers and editors based there from early until late, it's proved a busy week for the team.

The idea behind the Social Newsroom reflects Havas Group's new "together" mantra and "Havas villages" framework, while the initiative itself started at agency Cake in London. "We called it Social Newsroom to show a spirit of collaboration. It's a neutral name and we want to engage the rest of the network," explains Mike Mathieson, Cake's CEO. "There should be a Social Newsroom in every major market. Seeing it live here this week makes a big difference in terms of people understanding what it's all about. But it's not just about reporting, it's about using your own tone of voice too."

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How Publishers, Marketers Measure Attention in a Post-Page-View World | Mediashift | PBS

How Publishers, Marketers Measure Attention in a Post-Page-View World | Mediashift | PBS | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
It s been said for years that the page view is dead as a way to measure media on the web. Now, finally, there may be a replacement. Advertisers and publishers are increasingly asking if time or “attention” — proven time spent engaging with media — can work instead.
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Microsoft Announces Azure ML, Cloud-based Machine Learning Platform That Can Predict Future Events | TechCrunch

Microsoft Announces Azure ML, Cloud-based Machine Learning Platform That Can Predict Future Events | TechCrunch | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Microsoft has been on quite a cloud roll lately and today it announced a new cloud-based machine learning platform called Azure ML, which enables companies to use the power of the cloud to build applications and APIs based on big data and predict future events instead of looking backwards at what happened.

The product is built on the machine learning capabilities already available in several Microsoft products including Xbox and Bing and using predefined templates and workflows has been built to help companies launch predictive applications much more quickly than traditional development methods, even allowing customers to publish APIs and web services on top of the Azure ML platform.

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Things I never learned at newspapers about making news on the internet

Things I never learned at newspapers about making news on the internet | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Tom Meagher's thoughts on journalism, data and news development.


Over 21 months at Thunderdome, we created a lot of great projects, from interactive graphics for the Newtown shootings and the Boston marathon bombings to deep-dive data analyses and visualizations. They included pieces like:

With each of these projects, our data team and our colleagues across the newsroom learned so much. We learned new ways to visualize data and new code libraries for user interaction. We learned about code management and how to (and how not to) open source our work. We learned how to report, design and release smarter, more engaging interactives. As we wrapped things up in our closing days, I realized that some of the biggest lessons from our time at Thunderdome were more cultural than technical, and they were ones we never anticipated in our previous jobs in print-first newsrooms. 


If you do good work, other journalists will pay attention. Every project was a learning opportunity for our team, for colleagues at Thunderdome and at our local papers.

A big part of our data team’s mission was to evangelize for smart watchdog reporting, strong data analysis and good online presentation. We wanted to share our ideas and to learn from our colleagues. It was gratifying to see others pick up on this, whether it was a producer in Thunderdome embracing DocumentCloud or an editor in Michigan asking for advice on tools for searchable tables and interactive maps.

When we began, we inherited a small email list of a couple dozen local DFM journalists who were data-curious. By the time Thunderdome shut down, the listserv had grown to about 120 people, from San Jose to New Haven. Newspaper journalists want to learn how to do data analysis and develop for the web. A newsroom that supports them in practicing and mastering those skills will reap the benefits. You have to start building that culture. 

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The Semantic Web: Is the reality finally catching up with the hype?

The Semantic Web: Is the reality finally catching up with the hype? | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
It's hard to believe that just 25 years ago the idea of linking together databases so people could access information easily was limited to research universities and prescient sci-fi writers.With the advent of the worldwide web and HTML, databases came to the masses in the form of pages. Pages could be made up of images, text, video and even links with web pages linking to other web pages. We no longer needed a librarian to retrieve facts nor the skillset of a researcher to tap into bodies of knowledge.But with the advent of the broader Internet, information was liberated - and for many businesses and governments that leverage this data, the volume and complexity has spiralled out of control. Almost every business is a publisher and quickly good information was littered with bad information.Authoritative websites might have excellent data quality – but struggled to organise information in an adequate way. All the progress of unleashing useful information morphed into a calamitous expanse of information of the world being dumped together. The reader continues to work to make sense and find their own way through the chaos.
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Spotify Launches New Version of Its Web API

Spotify Launches New Version of Its Web API | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
The online streaming music service's web API gives developers the ability to create robust streaming music applications.ProgrammableWeb Mashup & API Directory News, Streaming, Media, MusicSPOTIFY LAUNCHES NEW VERSION OF ITS WEB APIPatricio RoblesJun. 17 2014, 02:12PM EDTSpotify, one of the most popular online streaming music services in the world with more than 20 million subscribers, today unveiled a new version of its web API that gives developers the ability to create robust streaming music applications.The latest version of the company's REST API offers developers access to richer metadata such as album cover art and 30-second song previews. In addition, using OAuth 2.0, developers now have the ability to build applications that incorporate profile data from users. This includes subscriber status and playlists. As Spotify's José Manuel Pérez explained in a blog post, "Among other things, this means web apps can now build real Spotify playlists that users can listen to later using a wide variety of methods."One of the biggest additions to the Spotify web API is the integration of Echo Nest functionality. Echo Nest, a music discovery platform with an API used by hundreds of music and nonmusic apps, was acquired by Spotify in March. "The Echo Nest now has the most up-to-date view of Spotify’s catalog, and you can use Spotify Artist and Track IDs in Echo Nest API calls to build playlists, streaming radio stations, and more," Pérez said
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Dropbox Has Quietly Acquired Parastructure, A Big Data Startup In Stealth | TechCrunch

Dropbox Has Quietly Acquired Parastructure, A Big Data Startup In Stealth | TechCrunch | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Dropbox has been acquiring companies to help it expand the services that it can offer to consumers and enterprises beyond cloud storage. But the company — which has raised $1.1 billion and is among the larger tech startups tipped for an IPO – is also making strategic acquisitions to help keep its own house in order.

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Itw de Fabien Gandon INRIA sur le web sémantique @ Futur en Seine 2014 [Video] France Television MetaMedia

Retrouvez Méta-Media sur http://meta-media.fr sur notre page facebook et sur twitter @metamedia
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Programmatic Buying Won't Be Complete Until TV Comes on Board

Programmatic Buying Won't Be Complete Until TV Comes on Board | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Programmatic ad buying has made the real-time revolution a reality. But true cross-channel marketing won't be complete until TV joins the mix.


There's no question that cross-channel marketing delivers results. And audience-driven programmatic buying has made cross-channel even more powerful. It turns out that planning, buying and running campaigns across channels, platforms and devices really is a more effective way to reach consumers with the right marketing message at the right time.


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[Infographie] Les profils de la Social TV aux Etats-Unis en 2014 selon Nielsen - Inside my Web

[Infographie] Les profils de la Social TV aux Etats-Unis en 2014 selon Nielsen - Inside my Web | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
RT @FFTelecoms: #Infographie Les profils de la #socialTV Aux Etats-Unis en 2014 selon @Nielsen http://t.co/Lfnp1VVSlu

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Netflix reveals the secrets of its big data analysis | TelecomTV

Netflix reveals the secrets of its big data analysis | TelecomTV | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

OTT broadcaster Netflix has taken time away from its spat with US telco Verizon over alleged traffic throttling to discuss how it uses big data for more than just viewer recommendations.

The firm is expanding rapidly, delivering over 1 billion hours of streaming per month to 48 million users in more than 40 countries. A far cry from its original business model of sending DVDs through the post. According to Sandvine, it accounts for 34 per cent of peak Internet traffic in the US – which is why it is often at loggerheads with telcos and ISPs.

Writing on the company’s blog this week, Nirmal Govind, director of streaming science and algorithms for Netflix, says that he uses big data for deep analysis and predictive algorithms not just for movie recommendations but also for the streaming quality of experience (QoE). This refers to the user experience once he or she presses play on a Netflix video.

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Business Models for Journalism: Where The Real Opportunities Are

Business Models for Journalism: Where The Real Opportunities Are | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Vincenzo Marino does an excellent reporting job on the International Journalism Festival news site, by summarising and distilling the good stuff emerging from an interesting and sustained debate on Twitter (Business Models for Journalism - Storify) on the state of online journalism and its potential future business models, initially kicked off by entrepreneur and Netscape co-founder Marc Andreessen.


Among the highlights, what Andreessen calls “the most obvious eight business models” for now and the future:


1. Quality journalism for high-quality ads

2. 
Succeeding in making readers subscribe and pay for value products


3. Premium content worth buying


4. Relying on live conferences and events


5. Investing across multiple channels


6. Crowdfunding ("Gigantic opportunity especially for investigative journalism")


7. Offering the option to pay in Bitcoin for micropayments


8. Keeping an eye on philanthropy (like ProPublica and Pierre Omidyar's First Look Media)


One stratospherically important point to take home from this valuable roundup is the following: 


"The role played by quality, however, is crucial especially when analyzed in the light of the tendency of the market to expand, creating less accurate content.


The challenge is to make a product (or brand) a point of reference, a lighthouse in the night of uncontrolled content and viral hoaxes."


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Vincenzo Marino does an excellent reporting job on the International Journalism Festival news site, by summarising and distilling the good stuff emerging from an interesting and sustained debate on Twitter (Business Models for Journalism - Storify) on the state of online journalism and its potential future business models, initially kicked off by entrepreneur and Netscape co-founder Marc Andreessen.


Among the highlights, what Andreessen calls “the most obvious eight business models” for now and the future:


1. Quality journalism for high-quality ads

2. 
Succeeding in making readers subscribe and pay for value products


3. Premium content worth buying


4. Relying on live conferences and events


5. Investing across multiple channels


6. Crowdfunding ("Gigantic opportunity especially for investigative journalism")


7. Offering the option to pay in Bitcoin for micropayments


8. Keeping an eye on philanthropy (like ProPublica and Pierre Omidyar's First Look Media)


One stratospherically important point to take home from this valuable roundup is the following: 


"The role played by quality, however, is crucial especially when analyzed in the light of the tendency of the market to expand, creating less accurate content.


The challenge is to make a product (or brand) a point of reference, a lighthouse in the night of uncontrolled content and viral hoaxes."



Informative. Resourceful. Insightful. 8/10


Original article: http://www.journalismfestival.com/news/state-of-the-media-and-possible-business-models/ by Vincenzo Marino 


Reading time: 12 mins.





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Télévision et vidéo : la mutation du marché s’accélère

Télévision et vidéo :  la mutation du marché s’accélère | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Mary Meeker vient de publier son incontournable étude sur l’état de l’internet dans le monde. Un document de référence qui permet de mesurer les évolutions à long terme et d’anticiper les évolutions majeures du monde numérique.


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First BIG MEDIA event Connecting Media, Audience and Advertising with data in Madrid this June

First BIG MEDIA event Connecting Media, Audience and Advertising with data in Madrid this June | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Connecting Media, Audience and Advertising with Data

24 June 2014 – UAM Madrid

150 professionals / 30 speakers

keynotes / round tables / user cases / networking

  

Digitalization has positioned data in the center of the audiovisual media ecosystem.

A better control of content combined with a better understanding of the audience already enables to back up editorial decisions. It opens opportunities to offer more relevant content and more personalized experiences adapted to multi-device and contextual environment.

For publishers, how to efficiently leverage data has turned into a strategic question and became a new key to power its editorial, marketing and sales activities.

Good use of data enables to structure catalogues, reinforce the value of its assets, better know its audience and monetize its inventories thanks to new tools. When it is well controlled it can lead to find new audiences and open ways to diversification.

 

How Big, Small, Open and Linked Data can transform media contents into structured, rich and actionable knowledge?

How data help to connect audience with relevant content and drive the entertainment experience?

How business intelligence and real time analytic open doors for advanced advertizing solutions and new business opportunities for content owners and mediabrands?

 

On the 24th of June in Madrid, 150 professionals with 30 experts will explore those questions via practical cases, inspiring keynotes and debates.

In parallel, workshops will allow to better understand the practical operations of professional solutions critical for the success of Big Media.


More info : www.bigmediaconnect.es


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You can expect more multimedia-rich native advertising from The New York Times

You can expect more multimedia-rich native advertising from The New York Times | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

A story on the rise of women serving time in prison in the U.S. is the sort of thing you might expect to see from the national desk at The New York Times. If you followed a link to it off Twitter or Facebook, seeing the story's multimedia features would only support that idea.

But the careful reader (or journalist who pays attention to these things) will notice the “Paid Post” small print sitting atop the story. It’s an impressive piece of native advertising, and the credit belongs to the Times’ recently created T Brand Studio, which plans to use many of the techniques and tools of the paper in crafting sponsored content. The story on women in prison, sponsored by Netflix in support of Orange Is The New Black, has all the multimedia touches we’ve come to expect on deeply-reported features from the Times. The 1,500-word piece by Melanie Deziel includes illustrations, graphics, and high-quality video and audio interviews with current and former inmates.

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Scoop: A Glimpse Into the NYTimes CMS

Scoop: A Glimpse Into the NYTimes CMS | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

You know the importance of technology to the future of journalism has become a widely accepted fact when a prominent editor decides to join a new company because of its content management system. That’s what Ezra Klein told The New York Times about his decisionto leave The Washington Post for Vox Media, a digital publisher with a fancy, custom-built CMS. Klein couldn’t quite describe what made the Vox system so special, but the fact that a journalist said he loved, let alone even tolerated, his CMS was all you needed to know that the world has changed.

Suddenly, the CMS, an often derided but necessary tool of modern journalism, is cool. Vox uses its CMS as a recruiting tool. Google is not-so-secretly building a CMS for the news industry. Times media columnist David Carr recently devoted an entire column to the up-and-coming blogging platform/CMS called Medium, and proclaimed that “the content management system is destiny.”

We couldn’t agree more. Here at The Times, our own CMS, Scoop, is central to our ambitions to innovate on all platforms. It’s also the repository for all the aspirations for what the merging of print and digital journalism may one day become — and many of the frustrations for what it is today.

With that in mind, we thought it was a good time to take a closer look at Scoop’s past, present and future — what it does well, what can be improved and how it will help The Times remain the finest journalistic organization in the world.

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Time Inc. Has a Big Problem—So Does Digital Journalism

Time Inc. Has a Big Problem—So Does Digital Journalism | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Time Inc., the mother of newsmagazines, was born in 1922. She survived wars and recessions, grew up to be fabulously rich by mid-century, married the media giant Warner Communications, entered the golden years as one of the largest media companies in the world, suffered a mid-life crisis at the hands of AOL, and watched Warner Music Group and Time Warner Cable (both adopted offspring) graduate into independence. But today the circle of life closes its long arc, as Time Inc. is starting over again as a pure publishing company, anxiously asking the same question it successfully answered 90 years ago: Are magazines the future?


Finally, the shift to digital isn't benefiting large media corporations so much as it's enriching search and social media companies that can scale audiences and their data to create targeted advertising that a media company could only dream of replicating.


 My bet is that small, niche, and premium digital journalism survives with high CPMs and light costs, while big, broad, and everything-for-everyone journalism struggles with low CPMs and heavy ambitions.

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British Broadcasting Corporation launches an Ontology page

British Broadcasting Corporation launches an Ontology page | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
The Britishi Braodcasting Corporation (BBC) has launced a new page detailing their internal data models. The page provides access to the ontologies the BBC is using to support its audience facing applications such as BBC Sport, BBC Education, BBC Music, News projects and more. These ontologies form the basis of their Linked Data Platform
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[Infographie] Twitter et son impact sur les campagnes publicitaires TV

[Infographie] Twitter et son impact sur les campagnes publicitaires TV | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Twitter et Starcom MediaVest Group (SMG) viennent de publier les résultats d'une étude sur 15 campagnes publicitaires américaines. Et sans surprise, les résultats confirment que la social TV représente une opportunité pour améliorer et amplifier les expériences proposées par les marques.Les auteurs résument cette étude en 4 points majeurs :Le couple Twitter + TV : augmentation moyenne de 6,9% de la notoriété et de la favorabilité envers la marque par rapport des campagnes publicitaires TV classiques ménées individuellement.L’amplification de Twitter : augmentation des ventes de 4% en moyenne sur les ménages exposés à des publicités sur Twitter + TV par rapport aux campagnes TV seulement.Les twittos multitâches sont plus attentifs aux publicités sur tous les écrans.Les événements ou spectacles en direct sont plus engageants.
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Etat des lieux de la Social TV et présentation du Market Insight | Seevibes

Etat des lieux de la Social TV et présentation du Market Insight | Seevibes | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Seevibes annonce le lancement de son Market Insight et la publication d'un livre blanc social TV.
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Netflix Will Shut Down Public API Support For Third-Party Developers On November 14 | TechCrunch

Netflix Will Shut Down Public API Support For Third-Party Developers On November 14 | TechCrunch | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
The decision to shutdown its API seems a long time coming. Launched six years ago, the API originally provided third-party developers a way to access and point to content that users could get from Netflix in its streaming and DVD catalogs.That helped the company grow, as subscribers could use third-party apps to check the availability of titles, reserve DVDs, and even link directly to streaming content on the web. At the same time, it gave developers a way to build new experiences around Netflix content that they weren’t licensing themselves.
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How Marvel's API Will Change Cultural Criticism

How Marvel's API Will Change Cultural Criticism | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Anyone who gets their news online knows data journalists are trying to change cultural criticism. Browse around today and you can see Vox.com explaining the "7 things Kindle highlights tell us about readers," or Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEightsupposedly proving boy bands are awful, or Slate's explanation of why readers’ opinions of a book drop after it wins a prize. But we're still waiting for a transformative voice, the equivalent of Billy Bean outsmarting Major League Baseball’s system in 2002 or Nate Silver embarrassing career election prognosticators in 2012.


This is fundamental to Marvel,” says Peter Olson, VP of web development at Marvel Entertainment. “We’ve always been involved in conversations with fans. We’re just keeping the conversation going in the digital realm.” Olson and others at Marvel admit the program bears a little “throw against the wall and see what sticks” element. “There aren’t many who are doing quite what we’ve done,” says Olson. “Marvel experiments a lot. In terms of opening up access, it’s new ground.”


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Eric Alt:  "Once again, comic fans are blazing a new path online."

Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, June 13, 2014 3:55 AM

Other art forms aren't as well equipped for data-infused criticism. “Art historians already have trouble writing about digital art forms because their usual descriptors don’t work anymore,” says author and media theorist Dr. Charlotte Frost. 

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Informe Arris 2014: Nuevos consumos de entretenimiento en televisión

Informe Arris 2014: Nuevos consumos de entretenimiento en televisión | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

El Índice sobre el Consumo de Entretenimiento 2014 de Arris revela que la demanda de entretenimiento personalizado por parte de los consumidores está generando una serie de tendencias clave en el consumo global de contenidos, con implicaciones significativas para los servicios de entretenimiento del mañana.

La televisión sigue siendo básica en el entretenimiento en el hogar, con un ratio de penetración global de cerca del 96% y nuevas implicaciones para el visionado multi-pantalla y multi-room. La mayoría de los consumidores ven la televisión ‘en atracones’: el 80% globalmente (82% en España) ve múltiples episodios de televisión o incluso una serie entera en una sola sesión. Mientras tanto, una aversión creciente por la publicidad tradicional en televisión está abriendo la puerta a la comercialización multi-pantalla. Y el mayor desafío del mundo multi-pantalla de hoy en día es encontrar el espacio para guardar todo lo que queremos ver.

El Índice sobre el Consumo de Entretenimiento 2014 de Arris es un estudio independiente de hábitos globales de consumo de medios, en el que se han entrevistado a 10.500 consumidores de 19 países. El estudio monitoriza la interacción con los diferentes componentes de la experiencia de entretenimiento (incluyendo multi-pantallas, publicidad y Personal Video Recorder) para ofrecer una idea de las tendencias que están impulsando la evolución del consumo de contenidos.

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The next battleground for Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook and Google: Artificial Intelligence

The next battleground for Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook and Google: Artificial Intelligence | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Digital personal assistants today can help you send messages, place phone calls, schedule meetings or find answers from the Internet.

But there’s evidence that all the major tech giants are investing heavily in artificial intelligence to try and make digital assistants do a whole lot more helpful. At least that is what Raj Singh, the founder and CEO of Menlo Park, Calif.-based Tempo AI, is seeing as he works to build a smart calendar that automatically manages all aspects of your work and personal life.

Tempo AI’s Co-founder and CEO Raj Singh

During a recent visit to Seattle, Singh explained to me just how fast the sector was evolving.

Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon are all actively acquiring talent and technology to advance the personal assistance space beyond what Singh calls the “participatory” nature of it today, to become “anticipatory.”


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British Broadcasting Corporation launches an Ontology page | Agricultural Information Management Standards (AIMS)

British Broadcasting Corporation launches an Ontology page | Agricultural Information Management Standards (AIMS) | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

The Britishi Braodcasting Corporation (BBC) has launced a new page detailing their internal data models. The page provides access to the ontologies the BBC is using to support its audience facing applications such as BBC Sport, BBC Education, BBC Music, News projects and more.


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