UK VoD platform SeeSaw is to be brought back online, with the owners of Bebo buying up the service.
SeeSaw has finally unveiled its premium TV rental service, offering 1,000 hours of premium content from the likes of MTV and Comedy Central.
SeeSaw owners Arqiva has joined up as a full partner in Project Canvas, as the companies behind the IPTV scheme insisted that the collaboration should not be considered a merger by the Office of Fair Trading.
OpinionWhy don't we have Hulu? That's the most frequent questions asked when discussing the state of video on demand in the UK. Well, from today we now do. Kind of.
SeeSaw, the video-on-demand service which has risen from the ashes of Project Kangaroo, is launching today with over 3,000 hours' content available to viewers for free.
Project Canvas is a roadmap for combining free-to-air broadcast TV with on-demand TV from the internet. How will it work?
The technology that was developed for Project Kanagaroo will not be bought by Orange, the company has confirmed.
Orange could be a major beneficiary of the decision by the Competition Commission to block Project Kangaroo as it seeks to pick up the cut-price technology developed.
Project Kangaroo, the much-mooted online link-up between the BBC Worldwide, ITV and Channel 4, has been blocked by the Competition Commission.