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Paper presented at the the European Semantic Web Conference 2009 looks at how the BBC Uses DBpedia and Linked Data to Make Connections.

Paper presented at the the European Semantic Web Conference 2009 looks at how the BBC Uses DBpedia and Linked Data to Make Connections.

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  • Media meets the Semantic Web – Part 1 Georgi Kobilarov, Tom Scott, Yves Raimond, Silver Oliver, Chris Sizemore, Michael Smethurst, Christian Bizer and Robert Lee
  • CMS and auto-categorisation http://www.richardsonmedia.co.uk/Newsroom%2025a.jpg
  • Taxonomy Facet : proper names Subfacet : people and characters Facet : subject Subfacet : education
  • Rules based catergorisation
  • What went wrong?
    • Labour intensive.
    • Journalist did not want to re-use content.
    • Benefits were not immediately tangible.
    • Journalist are good at writing stories but necessarily indexing them.
  • Move to use metadata for user facing propositions
    • Drivers:
      • Search Engine Optimisation
      • Scalable navigation
  • content Category Category Category Home Top level Category
  • content Category Category Category Home User Top level Category
  • content Category Category Category Home User Top level Category
  • One page per concept of interest to the BBC content Home Topic Topic Topic Topic Topic Topic Topic Topic Topic
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  • Cross linking stratedgy Programmes Music Topics Users Events News Food Gardening
    • How does linked data help?
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  • BBC Music artist programme played on
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  • programmes
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    • lat/longs
    • related locations
    • people born in that location
    • historical events
    • etc, etc
  • Statistical categorisation
  • Content link tool
  • Some linking across domains Programmes Music Topics Users Events News Food Natural history CIS
  • Automated cross linking – news to music
  • Some linking across domains Programmes Music Topics Users Events News Food Natural history CIS
  • Legacy data sets - CIS
  • The Web
  • The (Semantic )Web of linked data
  • Benefits of Linked Data
    • A page for every concept of interest to the BBC
    • A consistent scalable cross-linking strategy
    • Improved SEO
    • Publishing more RDF as Linked Data
  • What next?
    • A page for every....
    • News event
    • Events
    • Place
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  • Thanks to
    • Chris Sizemore
    • Michael Smethurst
    • Tom Scott
    • Yves Raimond
    • Christian Bizer
    • Robert Lee