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BBC Three is now online only

BBC Three has ended its run as a traditional TV channel and is now officially an online only destination. To celebrate the end of its 13 year run on TV, the channel broadcast some of its most popular shows, including Family Guy and the Mighty Boosh among others. BBC Three …

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Children now spend more time online than watching TV

In a study that could be titled, “well duh,” research agency Childwise discovered that children in the UK are now spending more time online than they do watching television, and that Netflix alone accounted for more time than traditional TV viewing. These findings have been described as indicative of a …

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ATVOD is no more, OfCom to take over regulation duties

Authority for Television On Demand (ATVOD), the regulatory body for on demand TV platforms in the UK, like 4OD, BBC iPlayer and the ITV player, is set to close after just five years of operation. It’s regulatory responsibilities, which lately have seen the organisation go after porn site operators, will …

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Channel 4 to replace 4oD with All 4

Channel 4 has announced that its long standing on-demand service, 4oD, is coming to an end and will soon be replaced by its successor. All 4 will combine the current on-demand viewing options with the ability to watch live television and view a guide of what’s coming up in the …

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Virgin Media launches on-demand Android app

If you’re a Virgin Media customer, then this will probably interest you. The cable provider has just launched its own Android app to rival Sky Go. The ‘TV Anywhere’ app is now available across a range of Android tablets and phones as well as all IOS devices. help coursework Virgin’s …

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Intel may show off set top box at CES

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While it still remains a rumour mere days before the annual electronics show begins, Intel could be set to debut a new type of set top box at CES, that would allow for what is being described as, “virtual cable TV.” The idea behind it is that it would offer streaming …

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