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Channelography We worked with BBC Research & Development over an 18 month period, investigating the stories and statistics that could be created from metadata around BBC programming, schedule data and subtitle feeds. This work resulted in Channelography, a website and web service that ingests the BBC's TV schedule and subtitle feeds on a daily basis, analysing and summarising the data over time and by channel. The subtitle files are processed with a text extractor that picks out the key people, places, brands and organisations that were mentioned in the programme.
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