SeeSaw, the Arqiva-owned online TV platform that launched today, has confirmed it is in talks with set-top box manufacturers with a view to extending its service to additional screens.
Content from Channel 4, Five, Shed Media and talkbackTHAMES will feature in the early weeks of online TV service SeeSaw. The Arqiva-owned platform has confirmed programming deals that represent some 3,000 hours of content.
SeeSaw has opened its site for registrations to the beta version of the online TV platform.
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.