On September 1st, users of BBC’s on-demand service, iPlayer, will no longer be legally allowed to access it without a TV licence, currently paid for by some 26 million households. According to findings from research firm Ampere Analysis, this will deprive them of access to nearly 4,000 hours of on-demand content, around 75 per cent of which is available in HD.
This 4,000 hours, spanning
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