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roo2,251 posts since 6 Aug 2003
London London
It's the first live story using the BBC's new CMS (Optimo) and rendered by the new article frontend (Simorgh). While this is a modest article to launch with, it's a taste of how News Online/WS2020 will be looking in the (not too distant) future 🙂
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mdtauk6,293 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
It's the first live story using the BBC's new CMS (Optimo) and rendered by the new article frontend (Simorgh). While this is a modest article to launch with, it's a taste of how News Online/WS2020 will be looking in the (not too distant) future 🙂


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BBC News is changing. We’ve been moving towards public Cloud infrastructure since 2012 and the next, largest phase is about to begin. And we recently announced a major expansion of the World Service, bringing our journalism to more people than ever around the world with 11 new language services.



Our mobile apps are used by millions. Our website often gets 50 million hits in a day. We’ve seen higher than 1.8 million concurrent users on our site and try to support every device we can, from simpler mobile phones to connected TVs. Our broadcast output is watched and listened to by people across the country and the world.


We make the BBC’s high quality journalism possible, and we actively look for new ways to reach people and to tell stories and communicate in new and effective ways.
Moz5,428 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Wales Today
It's the first live story using the BBC's new CMS (Optimo) and rendered by the new article frontend (Simorgh). While this is a modest article to launch with, it's a taste of how News Online/WS2020 will be looking in the (not too distant) future 🙂


WS2020? Does that mean it's not launching until 2020!!!? Sad
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roo2,251 posts since 6 Aug 2003
London London
It's the first live story using the BBC's new CMS (Optimo) and rendered by the new article frontend (Simorgh). While this is a modest article to launch with, it's a taste of how News Online/WS2020 will be looking in the (not too distant) future 🙂


WS2020? Does that mean it's not launching until 2020!!!? Sad

Sorry, just to clarify I mean it will be driving both the domestic news site and the new language service sites that launched as part of the World Service 2020 programme.
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Moz5,428 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Wales Today
It's the first live story using the BBC's new CMS (Optimo) and rendered by the new article frontend (Simorgh). While this is a modest article to launch with, it's a taste of how News Online/WS2020 will be looking in the (not too distant) future 🙂


WS2020? Does that mean it's not launching until 2020!!!? Sad

Sorry, just to clarify I mean it will be driving both the domestic news site and the new language service sites that launched as part of the World Service 2020 programme.


Could you also clarify what you meant by ‘not too distant future’!?

Weeks, months...?
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