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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... >>

SeeSaw hopes to see subscriptions soar

SeeSaw hopes to see subscriptions soar

By 24 November 2010

It's all go over at video on demand streaming site SeeSaw where not one, but two big announcements have been made. Firstly, the Arqiva-owned platform has revealed that it will be offering an ad-free streaming service, called NonStop, made available via... >>

SeeSaw adds premium content to its service

SeeSaw adds premium content to its service

By 20 May 2010

SeeSaw, the video on demand service that was born out the ashes of Project Kangaroo, has added a wealth of premium content to its existing free programmes. A deal has been struck with MTV Networks, a subsidiary of Viacom, who own MTV, obviously, and Comedy... >>

Online TV streaming service Seesaw goes live for all

Online TV streaming service Seesaw goes live for all

By 17 February 2010

The Seesaw online TV service has now launched into open beta after a successful closed beta has seen testing with around 20,000 users. Like an ad-funded version of the BBC's iPlayer service, Seesaw offers programming from the Beeb, Channel 4 and Five... >>

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... >>

Seesaw offers up beta invites

Seesaw offers up beta invites

By 19 January 2010

Seesaw reckons it can change the way you watch TV. It's a small team under the umbrella of media giant Arqiva, which has taken the mantle (and technology) from the ill-fated Project Kangaroo to aggregate content from BBC Worldwide, ITV.com and Channel... >>


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