The BBC has announced the end of Television and Radio, now to become known as ‘Vision’ and ‘Audio’ respectively, while New Media becomes ‘Future Media and Technology’. It seems unlikely that this latest BBC reshuffle is the end of broadcasting as we know it, but it reflects an increased emphasis on new forms of multimedia production, distribution and consumption. Dropping the ‘telly’ term seems significant, although it is not clear whether ‘BBC Vision’ will be used as an onscreen brand like ‘BT Vision’. Meanwhile Sky has announced its long-awaited broadband bundle offer, but is currently downplaying any ambition to deliver a full broadcast service over broadband, although that might simply be to calm investment sentiment. The question remains whether any of these old networks will be able to reinvent themselves sufficiently to take on the new global networks that are emerging based upon a more participatory relationship with their users.