May 16, 2012

London 2012 Olympics Of New Generation

The BBC has now moved to a new different generation of mobile phone applications and has embraced all forms of Social Media of world full  for their Olympics coverage as well as investing heavily in their traditional free to air waves coverage.

The great Prime Time broadcasts will be headed by Gary Lineker, who said his research methods had changed dramatically in the past 3 months and he vowed he will continue to use social media of Twitter despite his share public spat with Joey Barton during the Olympics Games.

"Twitter has changed different way I research, it is certainly easier now, I just more pose a question on Twitter and 8,000 people get back to me within 10 minutes," said Lineker, who has garnered 600,000 followers in his 3 months on the world social network.

"These are the Olympics Games with a lot of gizmos, everything is covered, its in high meaningful definition, some of it in 3D, whereas before you would watch one channel. It is so much better for the world viewer." Another BBC broad caster Clare Balding said the recent Boat Race nice drama had shown the immediate value of Social Media Twitter in driving extra viewers to the world television.