UK, 4 June Retrieved 28 December The inside story of the news website that saved the BBC".
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Location information provided by new is also shared with the website of BBC Weather to provide local content. The website contains international news coverage, as well as British, entertainment, science, and political news.
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The impartiality of the Have Your Say forums has been disputed by organisations such as News Sniffer: The previous seven days' top stories were formerly available through the Week at a Glance section of the website. Retrieved 26 February The site is primarily funded by the television licencepaid by all UK vbc owning a television setand used to carry no advertising.
On weekday evenings at around 5p.
Have Your Say received much criticism in for featuring the question "Should homosexuals face execution? The BBC had previously created special websites marking the Budgetthe Olympic Gamesgeneral electionand the death of Princess Diana in but nothing on the scale of the launch of the main site itself,  which required the development of a completely new production system, for which a team, led by Matthew Karas  was specially hired.
Hews from " https: Plzyer 'Magazine' is a section of BBC News Online that includes a number of articles that are not tied to a particular event or topic, unlike the other articles on the site.
Previously the site had delivered online video content using embedded RealPlayer video in pop-up windows branded as the BBC News Player. Articles lacking reliable references from June All articles lacking reliable references EngvarB from April Use dmy dates enws April All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from May Articles with unsourced statements from February Archived from the original on 1 April During the day a series of caption competitions and oddities are added.
Retrieved 3 October Archived from the original on 1 January The original design was created by a team, including Matt Jones, based on designs commissioned from consultancy Lambie-Nairnand has been redesigned several times mainly to match the visual style of BBC News television bulletins and to exploit increases in readers' typical screen resolutions.
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Proposals to include advertising on the international version of the website were discussed by the BBC Trust in Februarybut were opposed by BBC journalists, who feared it would weaken public trust in the impartiality plxyer the BBC.
New features were gradually introduced, including the publicising of video content more prominently.
It has previously won both the Judges' award and the People's Voice award for best news site at the annual Webby Awards. There are two different editions of the site: Retrieved 28 December Views Read Edit View history.
On Friday evenings, ready for Saturday morning, an article called "10 things we didn't know last week" collates odd and interesting facts from the week's news.
On 14 July the site was completely redesigned, with the vertical section headings moved to run horizontally near the top of the page.
Readers are encouraged plyer send their own images depicting ten objects to accompany the facts; past examples have included 10 swans flying in formation and ten toes. The site launched a set of semi-official RSS 0.
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As well as pure news articles, the site also contains material to support BBC news, current affairs and factual programmes. Retrieved 23 December Retrieved 23 March The stories are arranged by years, by themes, by witness accounts and by the correspondents reporting the stories. On 4 Marchthe BBC launched a beta version of the website which was built around the principles of responsive web designallowing the presentation of content to adjust automatically for a wide variety of screen sizes, from desktop computer to smartphones and tablet devices.
Many reports are playeer by audio and video from the BBC's television and radio news services, while the latest TV and radio bulletins are also available to view or listen to on the site together with other current affairs programmes.