June 8, 2009

NOTHING COSTS MORE THAN IT USED TO:

Channel 4 beats BBC in race to place its archive online for free (Ellen Widdup, 08.06.09, London Evening Standard)

Channel 4 has announced plans to put its back catalogue online for viewers to watch for free.

The broadcaster will become Britain's first to offer its archived content - beating the BBC, which screens programmes for seven days after they air via its iPlayer service.

Viewers will be able to tune into episodes of Brass Eye, The Camomile Lawn and Father Ted at any time without having to buy a DVD box set.

Posted by Orrin Judd at June 8, 2009 6:21 AM
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