The News Slicer takes MOS running orders and transcripts from BBC TV Broadcast Playout, then auto tags and auto segments the stories.
Tagged with API, Automatic Tagging, Broadcast News, Machines do the heavy lifting, Structured Journalism, Window on the newsroom
RadioReader is an experiment that lets journalists find, extract and publish audio clips from incoming radio inputs.
Window on the Newsroom is a prototype discovery interface to help Journalists find content quickly across the whole Newsroom system by story or metadata properties
Tagged with Automatic Tagging, Broadcast News, Co-occurrence, Machines do the heavy lifting, Speech to text, juicer
The Gifenator allows journalists to capture frames from live broadcast streams to republish as gifs on social media channels.
OCT 09 2017
Labber Dave Bevan shares insights from the International Broadcasting Convention in Amsterdam this September.
Tagged with automation, broadcast news, conference, future of news, innovation, international, journalism tools, r&d, research and development
SEP 30 2015
We were asked by BBC Radio 1Xtra to run a demo and a training session in Bradford, to inspire young people in the next steps of their careers.
JUN 03 2015
For our 8th #newsHACK News Innovation event we're partnering as always with Connected Studio and joined by Global Editors Network. This event's theme is all about working together.
Live View allows Journalists to IP 'live stream' via our digital services. It also supports wrapping/integrations these live streams with social conversations and linked data relationships.
Exploring the use of captioning workflows as a means to infuse our linear output with structured data.