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The BBC’s two-year-old visual journalism unit services its online and TV output with graphics and data visualizations for its TV and digital news channels. The unit comprises of 10 online journalists, 10 online designers, 10 developers and around 50 TV designers; a setup that epitomizes the need for inter-disciplinary skill sets for TV and Web output.
A BBC interactive video experiment in August 2014, using Mozilla Popcorn