iPLAYER SET TO EXPAND.27th NOVEMBER 2008.
iPLAYER SET TO EXPAND as of the 27th NOVEMBER 2008.
The previously missing channels; BBC 1 and BBC 2 will be added to the BBC iPLAYER to make it accessible by every form of T.V. possible reception device within the U.K. licence regions.
Similarly in the U.S. American citizens can view their local T.V. transmissions, but these are not available outside the U.S. or Canada, in the U.K. we have internet equivalent channels which are open to U.K. citizens but not available outside the licensed regions.
With the expansion of channel five being added to the freesat platform yesterday freesat is looking more attractive by the minute if financial restraints are at a premium.
I have spoken to more than six families this week already and it's only Wednesday and they have all spoken about tightening their belts. First to go is their second cars and next is their T.V. subs.
One family's explanation said it all; we pay around £40 a month and our favourite channels are three pay channels and three free channels which are bundled with our subs, we pay for hundreds of channels we hardly ever watch.
One family asked; how much is it to view T.V. on the internet?
Our answer; at this time iPlayer is free but channel five costs you money!
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