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Tim Jokl studied Video Production at The London College of Communication. He joined the BBC and began work on the fledgling Comedy website. He produced rich media sites for ‘The Office’, ‘Ab Fab’, ‘Alan Partridge’, and many others. In 2006 he joined the World Service and launched six foreign language on-demand-video news services, and did a little online journalism. After than he worked as an editor on the UK Parliament website, covering the House of Commons, before joining CBeebies Interactive in 2011.
A bright future for kids?
#TCMC The Next 5 Years: Is the Future Bright for Children’s Media? Tim Jokl looks forward,,, Research Sessions 6 Thursday 4th July 2013 15:30 @ Showroom Cinema 1 Research Sessions 4 Friday 5th July 2013 14:00 @ Showroom Cinema 1 This research began early this year with CBeebies asking the clever types at BBC Research…
Research Sessions 4, 5 & 6
4. Contented Content Consumers? This paper discusses what Ofcom’s 2012 media literacy tracker can tell us about the role of TV in children’s lives, and how this fits in a multi-media world. The survey has been running since 2005 and provides detailed understanding of media habits and opinions among 12-15s and their parents. For the first time in…
Research Sessions 6 & 7
6. The Next 5 Years: Is the Future Bright for Children’s Media? In early 2013 CBeebies Interactive began a ‘futurology’ project with the clever people at BBC Research & Development. The aim was to look at how the media landscape might shift in the coming years and enable a level of…