Monthly Archives: January 2014

Digital Asset Management eBook: DAM Prep in 7 Steps

Digital Asset Management eBook: DAM Prep in 7 Steps  Description This FREE 35-page eBook details what you need to know and what you can expect during your DAM system planning and deployment. ”DAM Prep” covers:   ■Making sure DAM is … Continue reading

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Wikipedia launches celebrity voice archives

Wikipedia launches celebrity voice archives  The website is working alongside the BBC to collect voice recordings of notable figures for their Wikipedia profile pages. Wikipedia has launched its Wikipedia Voice Intro Project (WikiVIP), a way for future generations to hear … Continue reading

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Suspended BBC tech chief who oversaw wasted £100m digital media project will sue his former employer

Suspended BBC tech chief who oversaw wasted £100m digital media project will sue his former employer  The BBC technology chief who oversaw a disastrous project that wasted £100m of licence fee money is suing the BBC after it ended his … Continue reading

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BBC whistleblower claims staff ‘falsified’ benefits of DMI project

BBC whistleblower claims staff ‘falsified’ benefits of DMI project  Ex-employee, who warned Lord Patten about digital initiative in 2012, compares benefits estimates to Enron-style accounting Read the full NAO report on the BBC’s handling of the DMI project Read the … Continue reading

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Want to leave your digital music to your children? Sorry, it dies with you

Want to leave your digital music to your children? Sorry, it dies with you  More than £30billion of films, music and books bought through iTunes and Amazon could vanish when their owners die. Where once a relative could bequeath their … Continue reading

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