BBC Proms lose their buzz


As revealed here recently the BBC has a central service called Buzz that monitors social media and posts a link to the relevant programme page. Recently BBC Buzz has been linking to quite a few of my Proms posts. In fact I was surprised by the number of visitors coming via the Buzz link to How many black conductors at the BBC Proms? But six days ago the Proms Buzz page stopped updating, as seen above. Meanwhile the editorially controlled Twitter comments on the Radio 3 Proms page continue to be updated. I know the BBC online and technology guys read my blog, so hopefully the technical glitch will soon be fixed. Until then, buzz over to this story.

* Four days later - still no updates, but...

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I emailed them a couple of days ago. Apparently the system has stopped working but they're working on it.

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