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My talk from Mashed describing the bits that make up bbc.co.uk/programmes.

My talk from Mashed describing the bits that make up bbc.co.uk/programmes.

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Build your own /programmes Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Build your own /programmes Jonathan Tweed, BBC
  • 2. The plan • A bit about the site • What we’ve brought
  • 3. bbc.co.uk/programmes • A permanent, findable home on the web for all BBC programmes • Data since last May for TV, September for Radio • Branded versions • Roughly 160,000 pages
  • 4. bbc.co.uk/programmes • A permanent, findable home on the web for all BBC programmes • Data since last May for TV, September for Radio • Branded versions • Roughly 160,000 pages
  • 5. bbc.co.uk/programmes • A permanent, findable home on the web for all BBC programmes • Data since last May for TV, September for Radio • Branded versions • Roughly 160,000 pages
  • 6. Some Numbers Type Total Per month Brands 2,000 100 Series 3,000 200 Episodes 130,000 12,000 Versions 135,000 13,000 Broadcasts 435,000 40,000 OnDemands 260,000 20,000 Changes 3,000,000 130,000
  • 7. The future • New branded sites • Catalogue • Tracklists • Image galleries • Improved cast and crew
  • 8. What we’ve brought • Your own /programmes
  • 9. The bits • PIPs • PIT • Dynpub • Data model
  • 10. Brand Series Promotion Episode Segment Version Segment Event Broadcast OnDemand Service
  • 11. For those familiar with TV-Anytime Programmes TVA Brand GroupInformation[@type='show'] Series GroupInformation[@type='series'] Episode GroupInformation[@type='programConcept'] Version ProgramInformation Broadcast ScheduleEvent OnDemand OnDemandProgram
  • 12. PIPs • Backend metadata store with REST API • ROA - it’s all about the resources • Writes are a mix of TVA and PIPs XML • Reads are PIPs XML • Also used by iPlayer and Search (for Topics) • Perl using Catalyst and DBIx::Class
  • 13. Demo
  • 14. PIT • PIPs metadata editor • Used by production teams in TV and Radio • Tidy up core data • Add extra bits such as images, promotions • Ruby on Rails
  • 15. Demo
  • 16. Dynpub • Front end dynamic publishing • Beautiful URLs • Allows programme and channel branding • “Perl on Rails”
  • 17. Demo
  • 18. What can I do? • Your own Programmes stack • You can read • You can write • TVA for core data • PIPs XML for promotions and segments
  • 19. A Facebook application
  • 20. A filesystem
  • 21. iPlayer + YouTube
  • 22. iGoogle
  • 23. WiiPlayer
  • 24. Segmentation
  • 25. 9 months of radio playout data as segments
  • 26. Radio Segments • Four networks • Radio 1 • Radio 2 • 1Xtra • 6music
  • 27. Radio Segments • MusicBrainz Artist IDs • Titles • Offsets • Durations
  • 28. Demo
  • 29. Tell me again • Your own Programmes stack • You can write • We have segments • You can use /programmes or make your front end
  • 30. Questions