SeeSaw, the online TV service from Arquiva, has revealed programming deals with broadcasters and independent production, including Channel 4 and Five.
SeeSaw has confirmed that Channel 4’s content will be available on the service at launch including programmes such as Peep Show, The Inbetweeners, Skins and Grand Designs. The service has also struck a multi-year deal with Five for a variety of content including The Gadget Show, Neighbours and Home and Away and includes Five on Demand, the broadcaster’s catch-up service.
Deals with Shed Media and Digital Rights Group have also supplied a raft of ITV content including series’ Footballers’ Wives and Bad Girls and dramas Doc Martin, and Kingdom.
SeeSaw has also announced plans to host a sport section on SeeSaw.com and has confirmed the first sport content deal with Perform to provide football programming based around the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
These deals follow the BBC Worldwide agreement announced in December, where SeeSaw confirmed a multi-year programming deal for BBC shows such as Classic Doctor Who and Mitchell and Webb.