I've to admit, I'm truly impressed with BBC's slow but steady adoption of blogging and their editors blog is a great example. Editors from across BBC have been posting on this blog for about a year now about various editorial issues, mostly on transparency and coverage, to give more depth to stories. But what impressed me most was their increasing interaction with the blogsphere responding to blogposts and even comments on other blogs. For example, many bloggers have criticized BBC's report on CIA and Vatican edits on Wikipedia, using an online tool, omitting edits originating from BBC. The Head of Interactive News responded with this post acknowledging this oversight and that he himself has edited his own wikipedia entry.
Regardless of your opinion on BBC, you've to admit that they're on the right track in adopting the latest the web has to offer and don't seem to be afraid of it.