After Banks and other companies now, it is time of news reporting channels to get most out of from the Apple’s iPhone. According to the report of Journalism.co.uk, BBC in the UK is working on their own iOS based application, which will let its employed reporters to use it in the field for recording video, pictures and audio, and then share the data directly with the network of their company.
The BBC’s iPhone app will come out this month anytime and will allow user to share data over 3G and Wi-Fi networks both, means reporters can broadcast through their iPhone’s over 3G or Wi-Fi network. This is the perfect tool for those reporters who always in the seek of breaking stories to report and don’t have proper equipments on the time to cover the event at its exact moment.
Martin Turner, head of operations for news, said that
“reporters have been using smart phones for a while now but it was never good quality… Now it is beginning to be a realistic possibility to use iPhones and other devices for live reporting, and in the end if you’ve got someone on the scene then you want to be able to use them.”