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
News Labs has been working with BBC R&D to explore a mobile-focussed, structured breadth & depth approach to News experiences
Tagged with Adaptive News, Atomised News, Mobile video, Research and Development, Structured Journalism, The Activists, The Distracted, The Explorers, The Unattached, millennials
A new intuitive and quick way of tagging news articles with linked data concepts, which opens the BBC's structured data to benefit local News organisations.
Tagged with Digital journalists, Journalism tools, News industry collaboration, Structured Journalism
ELMer is a prototype for automating external linking from BBC News stories.
Tagged with API, Automatic Tagging, Co-occurrence, Machines do the heavy lifting, Minimum Viable Prototype, Named Entity Recognition, News industry collaboration, News labs open projects, Semantic Technology, Structured Journalism, World Service and International, juicer
The Juicer takes news content, automatically tags it, then provides a fully featured API to access this content and data.
Tagged with API, Automatic Tagging, Co-occurrence, Machines do the heavy lifting, Named Entity Recognition, Semantic Technology, Structured Journalism, World Service and International, juicer
#newsHACK is all about intense multi-discipline collaboration on Journalism innovation, to support & accelerate the News Industry.
Tagged with News industry collaboration, Newshack, Newsroom Tools, Structured Journalism, Universities, World Service and International, juicer
The News Labs team is working with BBC Rewind - a project liberating the BBC archive - to share tech and approaches.
BBC Blue Room and News Labs are working together to more efficiently demonstrate innovation opportunities with emerging consumer Tech.
A linked data ontology to enable structured journalism and News storytelling at scale, across platforms and the internet.
Tagged with Machines do the heavy lifting, News labs open projects, Semantic Technology, Storyline, Structured Journalism
As part of our push towards Structured Journalism, we are working on "Explainers", an additional level of structure beyond the current tagging model.
The BBC has AN ENORMOUS amount of amazing content that can explain and contextualise the News. How do we connect and harness this?
Tagged with API, Automatic Tagging, Machines do the heavy lifting, Named Entity Recognition, Semantic Technology, Structured Journalism, World Service and International, juicer
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.
Create spoken content anywhere, at any time, without access to specialist facilities such as TV and Radio studios or even microphones
Tagged with Journalism tools, Machines do the heavy lifting, Newsroom tools, Open innovation, Structured Journalism, TTS, Text to speech, Tools, Universities, World Service and International
In June 2015, a hack team at #newsHACK created a concept called The Journalist Toolbox, proposing that newsroom content publishing & presentation tools needed to be more accessible for journalists. This has been renamed to Newsroom.Tools