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Jason DaPonte: BeebCamp and new ways of working at the BBC

Summing up the BBC’s ‘unconference’ event for its digital staff, BeebCamp, Jason DaPonte imagines a new way for the BBC to work:

“Each year you pay your license fee to the BBC in exchange for programming that you own and control the destiny of. YOU decide what gets made because YOU decide which ideas, programmes, themes, seasons, etc you want to invest in. This could be done via an online marketplace…” writes DaPonte.

Full post at this link…