SeeSaw, the Arqiva-owned online on-demand video service, has gone live today.
The service, which offers over 3,000 hours of content from broadcasters BBC Worldwide, Channel 4, Five and independent production companies, is based on the former Project Kangaroo that was led by the BBC. The launch follows a beta trial involving 20,000 people that began in January.
SeeSaw is currently ad-supported but Arqiva plans to introduce a pay model in the future for high-profile American dramas and other premium content.
A posting on SeeSaws Twitter feed said: ÂThe point of SeeSaw is simple, provide a great place to watch TV, all in one place 24/7 with recent shows and much loved classics.Â
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