I see the BBC started up an ‘Internet Blog‘ in October, in their words as
A place where we, senior staff from BBC Future Media teams will talk about issues raised by you about the technology behind bbc.co.uk, our mobile services and the BBC’s presence on the internet.
The links on this blog and its del.icio.us stream are chosen by Alan Connor and Nick Reynolds.
Interestingly, in chat about access statistics elsewhere on the blog, it looks like Mac use has crept up to around 6% – considerably more than the 3% that is often bandied about; mobile phones (Nokia, SE etc) vastly outnumber Linux users.
Broader consideration of the issues can be found on these blog entries by David Wilcox who considers the role of the BBC’s Trustees if the audience can interact directly with the editors, and Simon Dickson and Ben Whitnall of delib – who both share their perspectives on what’s gained by the BBC hosting blogs like this.