BBC News Online is the website of BBC News, the division of the BBC responsible for newsgathering and production. The website contains international news coverage, as well as British, entertainment and political news. Many reports are accompanied by audio and video from the BBC's television and radio news services, while the latest TV and radio bulletins are available to view or listen to on the site together with other current affairs programmes. BBC News Online is linked to its sister department website, that of BBC Sport. Both sites follow similar layout and content options and respective journalists work alongside each other. Location information provided by users is shared with the website of BBC Weather to provide local content. From 1998 to 2001 the site was named best news website at the BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards when the award category was withdrawn, it has won both the Judges' award and the People's Voice award for best news site at the annual Webby Awards. The website was launched on 4 November 1997, headed by founding editor Mike Smartt and Project Director Bob Eggington.
The broader editorial team was brought together from within the BBC, from print journalism and from some online sites. The BBC had created special websites marking the 1995 Budget, the 1996 Olympic Games, 1997 general election, the death of Princess Diana in 1997, but nothing on the scale of the launch of the main site itself, which required the development of a new production system, for which a team, led by Matthew Karas was specially hired; the original design was created by a team, including Matt Jones, based on designs commissioned from consultancy Lambie-Nairn, has been redesigned several times to match the visual style of BBC News television bulletins and to exploit increases in readers' typical screen resolutions. A major overhaul in 2003 by Paul Sissons and Maire Flynn, coincided with a relaunch of the BBC News Channel and featured a wider page design; the site launched a set of semi-official RSS 0.91 syndication feeds in June 2003 and upgraded them to full feed RSS 2.0 in 2008. Each news index has its own RSS feed, including the in-depth sections.
In 2004 the BBC News website partnered with Moreover Technologies, in a response to the 2003 Graf Report, to provide links from BBC articles to rival publishers. Whilst the BBC does not censor or change results the algorithms used tend to give greater weight to national and international sources over regional or local ones. Mike Smartt, who became editor in chief in 2000, was succeeded by Pete Clifton, subsequently promoted to Head of BBC News Interactive and replaced by the previous editor Steve Herrmann in 2005; the BBC began providing real-time global user information in June 2006. A restructuring of BBC News starting in 2007 saw the dissolution of the separate BBC News Interactive department. New features were introduced, including the publicising of video content more prominently. From May 2007, the website began to offer a live video stream of BBC News 24, the rolling news channel now known as the BBC News channel. In line with the introduction of new features across BBC Online, including a new navigation bar, the site was updated in 2008 with wider centred page designs, larger images and an increased emphasis on audio and visual content.
Beginning on 30 April 2009, some published stories included in-text links to in-site profile articles on people and organisations. The BBC announced on 19 November 2009 that it was to pay more attention to search engine optimisation by extending news headlines. On 14 July 2010 the site was redesigned, with the vertical section headings moved to run horizontally near the top of the page; the new design, incorporating larger in-line videos within news articles and standardised font usage, was introduced as a first step to bringing the entire BBC website into line with its new style guidelines. It was met with mixed opinions. However, there was criticism, with some stating that the use of white space was too widespread and led to the need for continuous and excessive scrolling. On 4 March 2014, the BBC launched a beta version of the website, built around the principles of responsive web design, allowing the presentation of content to adjust automatically for a wide variety of screen sizes, from desktop computer to smartphones and tablet devices.
The new design went live on 23 March 2015. There are two different editions of the site: a UK edition, which gives prominence to UK stories, an international edition, which prioritises international news. Internet users with IP addresses originating from the UK are served the UK edition, all others receive the international edition; the international version contains an "Advertise With Us" link at the bottom. The international version of the website is operated by BBC Global News Ltd. the for-profit BBC subsidiary which operates the BBC World News television channel. All articles are archived indefinitely and can be retrieved via searching or by browsing the extensive Special Reports section, which contains collections of articles relating to major news stories; the previous seven days' top stories were available through the Week at a Glance section of the website. As well as pure news articles, the site contains material to support BBC news, current affairs and factual programmes. BBC News Online uses a blog-style system for correspondents to write articles within their specialism.
Peggy Kamuf is the Marion Frances Chevalier Professor of French and Comparative Literature at the University of Southern California. She is one of the primary English translators of the works of Jacques Derrida, she received the American Comparative Literature Association's 2006 René Wellek Prize for her 2005 work Book of Addresses. Professor Kamuf has been awarded The Essential Humanities grant as well as a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant for the translation of the seminars of Jacques Derrida, working in collaboration with Geoffrey Bennington, Pascale-Anne Brault, Michael Naas, Elizabeth Rottenberg, David Wills; the Eighties saw Kamuf in a debate with Nancy K. Miller about the significance of women's writing, Kamuf arguing that proponents of gynocriticism were re-iterating a liberal humanism long since deconstructed by the likes of Derrida. Kamuf, P. Derrida, J.. The Death Penalty Volume I. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press. Kamuf, P. `.. To Follow: The Wake of Jacques Derrida.
Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Http://www.euppublishing.com/ Kamuf, P. `. Cixous, H.. So Close. London: Polity Press. Derrida, J. Kamuf, P. Rottenberb, E.. Psyche: Inventions of the Other, Vol. 2. 333. Stanford, CA: Stanford UP. Derrida, J. Kamuf, P. Rottenberg, E.. Psyche: Inventions of the Other, Vol. 1. Stanford, CA: Stanford UP. Kamuf, P.. Book of Addresses. Stanford University Press. Derrida, J. Kamuf, P.. Without Alibi. Stanford, CA: Jacques Derrida, Without Alibi /Stanford University Press. Kamuf, P.. The Division of Literature, or the University in Deconstruction. University of Chicago Press. Kamuf, P.. A Derrida Reader: Between the Blinds. Kamuf, P.. Signature Pieces: On the Institution of Authorship. Cornell University Press. Kamuf, P.. Fictions of Feminine Desire: Disclosures of Heloise. University of Nebraska Pres. Kamuf, P.. "The Affect of America" in Derrida's Legacies: Literature and Philosophy. Pp. 138–50. Routledge. Kamuf, P.. "Aller à la ligne". Kamuf, P.. "'J' Is for Just a Minute: It's Miller Time When It Shimmers,".
Pp. 197–209. New York: Provocations to Reading:J. Hillis Miller and the Democracy To Come/Fordham University Press. Kamuf, P.. "Venir aux débuts". Pp. 329–334. Paris, France: Cahier de l'Herne: Jacques Derrida/Cahier de l'Herne. Kamuf, P.. "Signé Paine, ou la panique dans les lettres". Pp. 19–35. Paris, France: La Démocratie à venir: Autour de Jacques Derrida/Editions Galilée. Kamuf, P. Wolfreys, J.. "Symptoms of Response: An Interview with Peggy Kamuf". Pp. 20–32. Thinking Difference: Critics in Conversation, Fordham University Press. Kamuf, P. `.. "The Dawn of the Seminar". Pp. 10. Http://www.derridaseminars.org/index.html Kamuf, P.. "The Time of Marx: Derrida's Perestroika". The Los Angeles Review of Books. Time of Marx Kamuf, P.. "Protocol: Death Penalty Addiction". The Southern Journal of Philosophy. Vol. 50, pp. 5–19. Kamuf, P.. "Life in Storage: Of Capitalism and A&E's'Storage Wars'". The Los Angeles Review of Books. Life in Storage Kamuf, P.. "The Names of War". Oxford Literary Review. Vol. 31, pp. 231–48. Kamuf, P. McCance, D..
"Crossings: An Interview with Peggy Kamuf". Mosaic. Vol. 42, pp. 1–17. Kamuf, P.. "The Ear Who?". Discourse. Vol. 30, pp. 177–90. Kamuf, P.. "Signed Paine, or Panic in Literature". Diacritics. Vol. 38, pp. 30–43. Kamuf, P.. "Bowing to Necessity in the Idiom of Rodolphe Gasché". New Centennial Review. Vol. 8, pp. 85–105. Kamuf, P.. "To Do Justice to'Rousseau,' Irreducibly". Eighteenth-Century Studies. Vol. 40, pp. 395–404. Kamuf, P.. "Accounterability". Textual Practice. Vol. 21, pp. 251–66. Kamuf, P.. "Deconstruction". Year's Work in Cultural Theory. Vol. 15, pp. 1–20. Kamuf, P.. "Afterburn: An Afterword to'The Flying Manuscript,'". New Literary History. Vol. 37, pp. 47–55. Kamuf, P.. "From Now On,". Epoché. Vol. 10, pp. 203–20.. Kamuf, P.. "Deconstruction,". Year's Work in Cultural Theory. Vol. 14, pp. 1–18.. Kamuf, P.. "Composition Displacement". MLN. Vol. 121, pp. 872–92. Kamuf, P.. "To Follow". Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies. Vol. 16, pp. 3. Kamuf, P.. "Peace Keeping the Other War". Revue de Littérature Comparée.
Vol. 312, pp. 445–65. Kamuf, P.. "L'autre différence sexuelle". Europe: Revue littéraire mensuelle. Vol. May 2004, pp. 163–90. Kamuf, P.. "Traduire dans l'urgence". Le Magazine littéraire. Vol. 430, p. 49. Kamuf, P.. "The University in the World It Is Attempting To Think". Culture Machine. Vol. 6 Peggy Kamuf Papers—Pembroke Center Archives, Brown University
Vo Centar is a television show from North Macedonia hosted by Vasko Eftov. In March 2015 TV station Alsat-M stopped the airing of the show on its channel. Today the show is airing on Kanal 5 every Monday at 22:00 On social media Mr. Eftov has announced that the new session of the show will start to air on Alfa Television on 8 October 2017; this season was airing on Kanal 5. After the channel decided to audio censure some words and names from the 27th of May 2017's episode, author of the program has decided not to air his show on Kanal 5 any more; this list is not complete. This season is airing on Kanal 5 This list in not complete This season aired on Alsat-M; this list is not complete This season aired on Alsat-M. This list is not complete This season aired on Alsat-M This list is not complete This season aired on Alfa until April 2012. On Alsat-M; this list is incomplete This season was aired on Kanal 5. This list is not complete This list is incomplete This season was aired on Channel 5; this list is not complete This season aired on Kanal 5.