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Criterion buys SeeSaw

An investor consortium led by Criterion Capital Partners, together with financial funds and Hollywood investors, has bought SeeSaw.com, the UK on-demand TV service. Terms of the deal were not disclosed,…

Timeshifted viewing 15% by 2015

DVRs have entered the mainstream and their increasing presence in the home means that by 2015 Screen Digest expects 17 per cent of US viewing and more than 14 per…

ITV Player on Apple

ITV has rolled out its TV catch-up player across all Apple devices. It launched ITV Player on Android devices last month. The BBC and Channel 4 have already launched their…

70% have watched catch up TV

UK analysts at YouGov have published a consumer survey on the UK’s TV viewing habits and attitudes.  Although ownership of Internet connected TVs is currently low, there is clearly a…

ITV Player on Android

The ITV Player app is now available across mobile phones and tablets supported by Android 2.2 versions and above. The app provides customers with access to the last seven days…

Record audiences for canalplus.fr

Canal Plus is claiming a new record for videos viewed on its canalplus.fr website, with 26.7 million viewed in May 2011, representing a 78 per cent increase over the corresponding…

Internet Video hits a guzillion gigabytes!

Have you heard that by 2013 and a bit, the amount of Internet Video transmitted every week will hit a guzillion Gbs? That’s the same as 20 hexabillion or 100…

Ads power ITV upwards, player goes mobile

Ads power ITV upwards, player goes mobile

An interim statement from ITV reveals revenues up 11 per cent in Q1 to £500 million (€569m) driven by the strong advertising market with its take up 12 per cent,…

Cox launches TV Online

US cable MSO Cox Communications is increasing the viewing choice and flexibility available to its TV customers by introducing TV Online. The cabler’s customers now have the choice to view…

VOD:TV set for SA launch

A video-on-demand service is set to make its debut in South Africa. VOD:TV, formed by the SouthTel Group, is promising to offer the latest movies and TV series before Multichoice-owned…