From February, you won't just be able to watch BBC Three on the iPlayer, but also watch live streams.
Integrating the channel into the web, there will be regular slots for user-generated content in prime-time, and the placing of interactive ideas at the heart of programmes.
The channel will have a new pink neon logo to replace the 'cold and shouty' blobs.
The 60 Seconds news will also feature a nightly news-from-around-the-world slot.
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