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See. Saw. Didn’t bother again.

Published 27 May 2011

For me, SeeSaw always had one big problem. You had to view content on your PC. And I don’t know about you, but I’ve got a nice big TV with decent sound. Plugging the PC into the TV is a pain in the backside. If you’d put SeeSaw on my TV set, well then that may have been a different proposition.

Canvas clearance

Published 19 May 2010

Yes it’s true: Project Canvas has just been given the go-ahead by the Office of Fair Trading, so in theory this long-awaited means of providing a quick and convenient means…

Canvassing opinion

Published 13 November 2009

BBC director Erik Huggers gives a preview of Project Canvas Much has been talked about Project Canvas but until now there wasn’t much to actually see of what it consisted…

ITV no longer free?

Published 6 August 2009

Broadcast Now: ITV digital channels may leave Freeview If such a thing had happened merely two years ago it would have been a bigger deal than it is today. That’s…

Marsupial moratorium

Published 26 May 2009

Broadcast Now: Channels agree five-year ban on revisiting Kangaroo If you want ample evidence as to what degree the Competition Commission hated the whole idea of Project Kangaroo, then look…

Hitting a raw nerve

Published 12 May 2009

BSkyB cries foul over BBC Trust’s Project Canvas consultation When BSkyB gets publicly upset over something it’s usually because there’s a potential risk of its market dominance being curtailed in…

You can’t have it both ways

Published 7 April 2009

Media companies back MPs on BBC Worldwide curbs Well of course other commercial media companies would back calls for BBC Worldwide’s commercial activities to be reined in, since to claim…

Marsupial murder

Published 4 February 2009

Project Kangaroo: 50 jobs to go as broadcasters rule out appeal Project Kangaroo blocked by Competition Commission So it seems that the ‘olive branch’ created by Project Kangaroo, namely a…

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