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Saturday, July 30, 2005

 
BBC NEWS | Magazine | From the editor's desktop covers some interesting points - the use of photographs and video of events taken by members of the public - should the BBC ask for/use them (yes is the answer) and the idea of the BBC using blogs. No is the answer for that one. The editors says 'until our kit can produce a blog that behaves properly I've banned us calling anything on the site a blog. And when we can do them technically, I have identified only one as a priority - this column.'

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