2015-09-07
News:BBC to open up iPlayer to third parties, double down on high-quality dramas | Ars Technica

BBC to open up iPlayer to third parties, double down on high-quality dramas | Ars Technica

The BBC is fighting back against the government's aggressive TV licence fee budget by promising to open up several of its services, including its much admired iPlayer streaming platform, to third-party content creators. The broadcaster also wants to introduce new Internet-led streaming services such as BBC Newstream, a video-led mobile news channel, and iPlay, a version of iPlayer designed for children.
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