The service, which is backed by the BBC, BT, Channel 4, Channel 5, ITV and TalkTalk, has faced various issues delaying its rollout, including delays in the availability of set-top boxes. The service now plans to launch this summer with a trial scheduled for early this year.
The BBC created Project Canvas, since renamed YouView, in October 2008. The initiative was based around developing an open and standardised IP-based TV platform that would take programmes delivered via the open internet to TV sets. It plans use a hybrid model, providing an IP on-demand element alongside linear DTT or satellite broadcasts.
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