The BBC exists in a public space. A public service broadcaster that provides universal access, free at the point of use, to programmes and services that inform, educate and entertain. Founder Lord Reith, an engineer by profession, understood how standards drive technological innovation and create public value through widespread adoption; principles that remain enshrined in the BBC Charter today. As the BBC evolves for the Digital age, and looks to embrace the internet as a medium in its own right, the BBC is looking at the Digital Public Space it inhabits as much as the programmes and services it creates . Ralph will outline what Digital Public Space means to the BBC, and how the W3C and BBC can work in partnership to create it. http://www.nominet.org.uk/about/events/w3c/agenda/
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