We recently stumbled onto the BBC's R&DTV - a pilot show built for the internet era, and designed to be shareable, remix-able and redistributed.

We recently stumbled onto the BBC’s R&DTV – a pilot show built for the Internet era, and designed to be shareable, remix-able and redistributed.

According to the BBC:

The show itself features interesting tech stories inside and outside the BBC. We’re also looking at how we distribute content in various encoding methods and formats.

The recently-launched third episode features interviews with speakers and participants at TEDx Manchester – where the x = an independently organized TED event.  The video showcases various ideas and experiences from TEDx, including some thoughts on the never-ending need for human connection and engagement in the digital era, which has been a hot topic at many New York Social Media Week event discussions this week – and which were discussed on PSFK earlier this week.

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