SeeSaw launched

February 17, 2010

The online television service SeeSaw, which is based on the failed Project Kangaroo technology now owned by Arqiva, has gone live following a successful trial of the service in which an estimated twenty thousand people took part.

The service will now offer over three thousand hours worth of high quality programming following deals agreed with some independent producers, as well as content from BBC Worldwide, Channel Four and Five.

Even though there is no deal with ITV, some of the content seen on ITV can be found on SeeSaw following agreements with individual production houses.

SeeSaw has the advantage of getting out there before Project Canvas has managed to get off the ground, but it could be looked at as a trailblazer for the likes of Project Canvas.


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