SeeSaw, the UK online TV service owned by media services provider Arqiva, has signed a multi-year deal with NBC Universal Television Distribution, allowing users to rent single episodes or series of shows including House, 30 Rock and Heroes via its website.
SeeSaw, which is based on the technology developed by the BBC for its abortive Kangaroo joint-venture project, will offer individual episodes for Â£0.99 (1.20) and complete series from Â£3.99 to Â£17.99.
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