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BBC plans to open up its video vaults

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 27 Aug 2003 15:21 User comments (3)

Big Mommah of all government owned non-commercial broadcasting companies, UK's BBC, is planning to bring parts of its massive video selection available through Internet for free.
The corporation won't bring its massive entertainment collection to Net however, because its DVD sales figures are just too lucrative to justify such a move, but it has plans to bring other shows, documentaries, etc available to the public. The schedule and pretty much all the technical details are still unknown.

More information: Independent

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3 user comments

127.8.2003 19:14

SHIZNAT


Shega
(adrenaline Is the closest Total freedom)

228.8.2003 5:55

Probably just crap material no one watches anymore anyway. Make it a credible offer bbc like fast show and the office then i might be interested! lol


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328.8.2003 19:32

Fast Show yeah 1st farmer: "What d'ya reckon on that ol' The Office on the telly then.."?? 2nd farmer: "That's a load of ol' bollocks 'innit"!! lol [ It's about time BBC gave us all access for the amount the population pay for a TV license ].


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