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BBC.com unveils new design of its News site

BBC.com has launched a new design of its news site BBC.com/News. According to BBC, the redesign sees an overhaul of the layout with including better use of video and images, more prominent labelling and easier ways to share stories with others. BBC.com claims to attract 54 million unique users a month from outside UK.

BBC.com has launched a new design of its news site BBC.com/News. According to BBC, the redesign sees an overhaul of the layout with including better use of video and images, more prominent labelling and easier ways to share stories with others. BBC.com claims to attract 54 million unique users a month from outside UK.

Luke Bradley-Jones, Global EVP and MD, BBC.com, has said, “This investment clearly underscores our commitment to growing our digital business internationally and continuing to bring people authoritative and distinctive journalism. Our new redesign will make it even easier to find, use and share the BBC’s global news.”

Later this summer, BBC.com will launch a Travel section, in partnership with sister company Lonely Planet. It will be led by former NYTimes.com Travel and Style editor, David G Allan who was recently appointed editorial director, BBC Travel. BBC.com is also planning to introduce enhanced sites for Technology, Sports and Entertainment verticals.

“Partnering with BBC.com further strengthens Lonely Planet’s leading position as the trusted advisor to travellers everywhere,” Kelly Brough, global digital director, Lonely Planet, has said. “We are excited to be providing travel content to appeal to BBC.com’s audiences and drawing more and more people into our own growing travel community.”

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