New online distribution for the BBC

Published August 20, 2009

The BBC have teamed up with online video service Blinkbox to deliver some of its TV Shows for a price, plus a few programmes for free that come with ads. It’s important to point out this is BBC Worldwide, which is the commercial arm of the Beeb, and essentially completely separate from the non-advertising public service broadcaster.

Blinkbox screenshot

I have never heard of Blinkbox before, but it looks as though it is a UK version of Hulu, gathering content from all over the web, from many different providers.

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