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VIDEO: LittleBigPlanet 2 goes to the movies

VIDEO: LittleBigPlanet 2 goes to the movies

By 14 January 2011

How many did you get? They're pretty easy so you should have got all of eight. These brilliant LittleBigPlanet 2 movie parodies, narrated by Stephen Fry, are part of a collection of 24 that will be showing during commercial breaks for films shown on Channel... >>

Pocket-lint invades your Christmas TV viewing

Pocket-lint invades your Christmas TV viewing

By 23 December 2010

You may have read through Pocket-lint's Christmas TV highlight feature, but there's one or two shows that we've missed off that might be of interest. For starters, Channel Five has put together a countdown of the greatest Christmas TV adverts of all time... >>

Channel Five leaves Project Canvas

Channel Five leaves Project Canvas

By 9 July 2010

Channel Five, one of the seven partners in Project Canvas, has left the venture "pending a review of its digital investment strategy". The TV broadcaster, which has been put up for sale by its owner, RTL, is thought to have struggled to find its share... >>

First Look: SeeSaw
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First Look: SeeSaw

By 27 January 2010

You know iPlayer? It's good isn't it? The trouble is  that you can only get BBC programmes on it, which is okay if you like BBC programmes, but what if you don't? What if you want to watch Channel 4 or Five shows? In steps SeeSaw. SeeSaw has been born... >>

Channel Five now on YouTube

Channel Five now on YouTube

By 4 December 2009

Channel Five has followed Channel 4 in signing a deal with YouTube to stream content to the video sharing site for free for UK customers. YouTube watchers in Blighty will be able to catch up on some of Five's Australian content such as Home and Away... >>

Five threatens quarter of workforce

Five threatens quarter of workforce

By 5 March 2009

Further to existing "stringent" cost management exercises, Five has issued a statement warning of likely job cuts. Following the news from ITV this week that it is to shed 600 jobs, Five says 87 positions out of a total workforce of 354 could be "impacted".... >>

Microsoft to headline Royal Institution's Christmas Lectures

Microsoft to headline Royal Institution's Christmas Lectures

By 19 December 2008

The Christmas Lectures have come a long way since Michael Faraday first started performing live experiments to young audiences at the Royal Institution in the 19th century. This year's Royal Institution Christmas Lectures are presented by Chris Bishop,... >>

Five launches on Freesat

Five launches on Freesat

By 5 November 2008

Freesat, the free-to-air digital satellite TV service, has announced that Five will launch onto the platform on Tuesday 18 November. The channel’s Autumn schedule includes: Paul Merton in India, 1968 Unseen, Dangerous Adventures for Boys, Unbreakable... >>

Five drops red button services

Five drops red button services

By 1 April 2008

Five has axed its interactive TV (iTV) service, meaning that viewers will no longer be able to access additional content for programmes or ads by using the red button on their remote controls. Its iTV facility was previously available to digital, satellite... >>

MySpace signs deal with Five

MySpace signs deal with Five

By 11 March 2008

Five News, headed by Natasha Kaplinsky, is now going to be available on MySpace. The deal is claimed to be the first of its kind and will enable the social networking site and a national news channel to exchange content. A MySpace spokeswoman told Marketing... >>