Arqiva-owned UK online TV service SeeSaw is set to launch on Wednesday, following a beta trial involving 20,000 people that began in January, according to reports.
Via its partnerships with BBC Worldwide, Channel 4, Five and independent production companies, SeeSaw, based on the former Project Kangaroo led by the BBC, will have about 3,000 hours of content available at launch. However, the platform has yet to sign a deal with ITV, which is currently embroiled in a strategy review.
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