Seesaw, the troubled online TV portal, has finally ceased operations after its new owners failed to come up with the promised funding. A notice on the company website posted Friday simply read “Thanks for your support but SeeSaw is no longer available”.
Arqiva’s struggling online TV platform SeeSaw has been saved following a deal with Bebo owner Criterion Capital Partners.
Arqiva is to close its online video portal SeeSaw following a strategic review, the transmission company has confirmed to Broadband TV News. In an email sent to clients SeeSaw said it would no longer take transactions for rental programmes from May 31, 2011. The online service would then be withdrawn on June 20th to allow […]
SeeSaw CEO Pierre-Jean Sebert has left Arqiva’s online TV venture as part of the ongoing financial restructuring of the year old venture.
In the second statement in a month over the future of its catch-up TV portal SeeSaw, Arqiva has announced the appointment Ingenious Corporate Finance to find an investment partner to initiate acceleration in the development of the service.
SeeSaw, the Arqiva-backed over-the-top TV portal, has begun making its content available through Boxee.
Arqiva has announced it is seeking an investment partner for its online TV portal SeeSaw. It follows a strategic review held by the company with a view to accelerating the development of the service launched in February 2010.
Former ITV chief operating officer John Cresswell has been appointed as the new chief executive officer of media services company Arqiva.
SeeSaw is to allow viewers to watch content without advertisement in return for a small monthly fee. The Arqiva-owned portal, the nearest equivalent the UK has to the US operation Hulu, already offers a pay-per-view option for some of its content.
UK’s online TV service SeeSaw.com has announced a multiple-year licensing agreement with NBC Universal International Television Distribution for the UK video-on-demand rights to programmes including Heroes, House, Law & Order and 30 Rock.