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YouView’s future secured, all major backers agree investment extension - including BBC

YouView’s future secured, all major backers agree investment extension - including BBC

By 28 March 2014

Contrary to rumour and speculation in recent months, the BBC has joined the rest of the original YouView backers in pledging further investment to the service for another five years. The new agreement includes ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, BT, TalkTalk and... >>

SeeSaw online TV streaming service shuts down

SeeSaw online TV streaming service shuts down

By 31 October 2011

The video on demand streaming service SeeSaw has now closed, after a lack of investment and dwindling content meant viewers were turning off. This has been on the cards for some time as Pocket-lint reported back in May that Arqiva hoped to sell the service... >>

SeeSaw online TV platform on brink of closure

SeeSaw online TV platform on brink of closure

By 27 May 2011

SeeSaw, the online TV portal launched by Arqiva back in February 2010, is to close or be sold off. The company, who is also a major player in the much delayed YouView television venture, has made the decision after deciding that the site no longer fits... >>

Kip Meek replaced by Alan Sugar at YouView

Kip Meek replaced by Alan Sugar at YouView

By 7 March 2011

YouView has swapped its non-executive chairman for Sugar. And before you say, "how many bags?", we're talking about the entrepreneur and host of The Apprentice. Former incumbent Kip Meek, who joined YouView when it was still known as Project Canvas,... >>

Project Canvas given all-clear by OFT?

Project Canvas given all-clear by OFT?

By 19 May 2010

Project Canvas, the video-on-demand service backed by seven partners including the BBC, ITV and BT, will not be investigated by the Office of Fair Trading over competition issues; potentially given it the green light to go ahead. Speaking today, Sheldon... >>

Ofcom announces first auction winners

Ofcom announces first auction winners

By 25 February 2008

The battle for Britain's airwaves has begun and Ofcom has now announced the first ten winners from its fourth radio spectrum auction. The spectrum licences are in the higher frequency bands at 10GHz to 40GHz, which is suitable for wireless network infrastructure... >>