The BBC has reportedly held talks with ITV over the launch of a new streaming service.
Screen Digest – Future of Online Media – London: Online VOD platform SeeSaw is ready to enter beta at any moment, according to John Keeling, platform controller of the Arqiva-owned service.
Arqiva has confirmed SeeSaw as the consumer brand for its proposed online VOD service that will be built on the assets acquired from the former Project Kangaroo.
RTS Cambridge. Senior executives have railed against the Competition Commission decision to prevent the launch of Kangaroo, opening the door to overseas ventures such as Hulu.
Former Eurosport UK managing director Pierre-Jean Sebert has been appointed CEO of Arqiva’s new video-on-demand service that will be built on the infrastructure of the former Project Kangaroo.
Plans have been announced by BBC Worldwide, ITV and Channel 4 to launch a joint on demand content service that will bring together over ten hundred hours of live and archive programming. The service has been given the working title of Kangaroo and is likely to be a major player in the on demand market […]