News Linked Data Summit - BBC News and Linked Data

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  • Stronger narrative
  • Rich user journeys, stickiness',
  • Contribute to wikipedia where necessary. Music site uses musicbrainz in a similar way. Birth of open source vocabularies.
  • Ontology gives us richer more meaningful relationships. Based on common web standards FOAF, Event Ontology etc.
  • These relationships mean more interesting user journeys, greater link density, and more interesting queries on the data.
  • But they take more work to populate, a lot more work. Linked data (semantic web) gives us a way of populating our ontology for free.
  • Using Uberlich we map identifiers and ontology's and we harvests the instances and their relationships from the web.
  • SWOT
  • IPTC available as linked data. Strengths. Weakness lack of data in the news event space. Not one CV to rule them all but good enough id’s as vocabulary crosswalks. Getty and DPA.
  • News Linked Data Summit - BBC News and Linked Data

    1. 1. A short history of Linked Data at the BBC
    2. 2. <ul><li>Its not just about publishing but also consuming </li></ul><ul><li>Linked Data </li></ul>
    3. 6. USER EXPERIENCE STRUCTURE AND NAVIGATION CONTENT REPOSITORIES Slide by Michael Atherton
    4. 10. Sport Club / Team Venue Sports person Event
    5. 11. Ontology Great Britain Team Whistler Slide centre Shelly Rudman Women’s Skeleton takes place at participates in in team Canada country
    6. 12. USER EXPERIENCE CONTENT REPOSITORIES STRUCTURE AND NAVIGATION
    7. 13. Populating the ontology
    8. 14. Populating the ontology
    9. 15. What about News?
    10. 16. News vocabularies <ul><li>Entities </li></ul><ul><li>Categories </li></ul><ul><li>News event </li></ul>?

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