The BBC has today launched a new website to help find new ideas for their range of services, called Taster.

Taster launched today and provides access to all the new ideas and experiments that the BBC is considering implementing across their range of services.

With the site users can then vote and comment on these ideas before they are officially released into the world.

The BBC explains with the following statement:

Many of these ideas have been built as part of the BBC’s Connected Studio innovation programmes. They are new, experimental ideas in the testing phase, and they may not work on all platform or devices, may have some glitches, and may not meet the full BBC editorial, technical and accessibility standards.

This site is designed for testing and audience feedback purposes and does not necessarily represent the BBC’s future plans.

Try – Taster is the home of new ideas from the BBC. It’s a new way to deliver all the freshest ideas and experiments, from across the BBC straight to you.

Rate – Before we release new projects into the world we want you to try them. Some may float your boat, while others might sink. You let us know what you think so we can make more of the stuff you love.

Share – If there’s something you really love, don’t keep it to yourself. Share it with your friends so they can try it out too.

You can find out more information about the BBC Taster experiment at the source link below.

Source: BBC

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