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Setting the standards of broadcast production has won BBC’s Natural History Unit numerous accolades for it’s landmark series such as Africa, Frozen Planet and Life Story. In order to continue pushing the trend of innovation the team adopts leading edge tools and techniques to keep one step ahead.
One Planet is one of the BBC Natural History Unit’s next landmark productions transmitting in 2016 where integrated digital innovation will be at the heart. With over 60 shoots taking place over the coming year in countries around the world, the opportunities for shaping content or experiences beyond television are endless.
Join us as One Planet, researcher Emma Brennand lifts the veil on the tools and techniques behind their broadcast productions, whilst Digital Development Lead, Paul Deane reveals how digital innovation is being adopted in making One Planet the new bedrock landmark for the unit through partnerships with BBC’s innovation team Connected Studio.