Time shifting goes mainstream

27 July 2007 at 12:59 pm Leave a comment

Today the BBC released it’s much lauded iPlayer to the world, well only the UK BBC lisence paying audience 😦

The rest of us outside the UK will have to wait for the myriad of deals, which are sure to be done, to be completed.

In brief the iPlayer service allows people to download BBC programs that they have missed and once they have downloaded the program, you will have 30 days to watch before it self-destructs.

A great service and one which I hope the ABC licences into Australia.  Our commercial networks are way behind the pace here compared to our US cousins, let alone a service like this!

Let the time-shifting begin

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