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August 26, 2008

The BBC adds series stacking


by David Allen

As from the middle of September the BBC will be adding series stacking to their online programme sites, this will include the iPlayer. The introduction of this will mean that viewers will be able to view any episode from a series up to a maximum of thirteen.

Originally, when the iPlayer was introduced the viewers were only able to view programmes from the last seven days, but now with the introduction of series stacking the viewer has twenty-eight days to view the programmes.

To start off with the series stacking will be introduced only on streamed programmes, but inevitably will be introduced through the BBC websites too for downloads and even the Virgin Media version of the iPlayer which can be viewed through their subscribers own TV sets.

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