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July 14, 2009

BBC working on “Digital Revolution” series


by David Allen

The BBC is looking to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the internet by working with the Sir Tim Berners-Lee, who has been credited as being the web’s creator, on a new TV series.

The BBC2 series has been given the working title of “Digital Revolution” and will use an open source approach to production.

This means that users of the internet will be given access to the content, and will be able to comment, add some input and even provide storylines too.

It is amazing how much, in twenty years, the internet has changed.

In those early days the internet was nothing in comparison to what we see today.

In fact, many of today’s users would not even recognise it.

The four part documentary will be aired on BBC2 during 2010.

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