Mobiles and tablets are continuing to see strong increases for the BBC iPlayer.
ITV is threatening legal action over plans to include catch-up viewing under the TV Licence fee.
After recent concern over a possible stall in growth, the BBC iPlayer has bounced back with 276 million requests in May. This represents an increase of 2% on the previous month.
The global version of the iPlayer will close next month, BBC Worldwide has confirmed.
There were 255 million requests to BBC iPlayer in March, with a weekly average of 57 million requests.
BBC iPlayer had 260 million requests in June, up 9% on a year earlier, being boosted by a number of popular programmes and key sporting events.
BBC iPlayer achieved a record 315 million TV and radio requests in January, breaking the 300 million barrier for the first time.
The 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who contributed to the third biggest month ever for the BBC iPlayer. Requests were up 27% to 263 million.
All the BBC’s regional output should be available on the iPlayer in the next few weeks, according to Marina Kalkanis, head of core services, BBC.
The BBC’s governing body has rejected a complaint that development of new features and upgrades to the BBC iPlayer favoured Apple iOS over other platforms with a greater market share.