A free seminar has been set up to help those involved learn more about commissioning services in the digital age.
Hosted by the Academy for Justice Commissioning, Digital by default: lessons for commissioning services in the digital age, provides the opportunity to learn the lessons from BBC Radio about connecting with customers, how to use data to shape output and provide tips on what quality is right for digital audiences.
The seminar will be presented by Joe Harland who, as head of Visual Radio at the BBC, knows all about these challenges and how to commission services to meet those needs.
Digital by default: lessons for commissioning services in the digital age takes place at The Ministry of Justice in London on Tuesday 5 July. For more information click here.
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