BBC’s iPlayer has been conspicuous in its absence from the Apple TV for years. Today, finally, that’s changed.
The BBC has announced that iPlayer is headed to Apple TV “in the coming months.” That’s all we have to go on so far, but it’s certainly good news.
Good news for fans of Top Gear and Doctor Who: the BBC's iPlayer app has finally made it to Windows Phone 8.
The Telegraph is reporting that the BBC is developing an on-demand music service called Playlister, which will provide access to "hundreds of thousands" of tracks for free.
The Beeb's letting loose an international iPlayer app today for 11 Western European countries, and later this year, they'll dip their toe in the water for a year in the US, Canada and Australia. Anyone for streaming Doctor Who?
And by September! At least, according to the Telegraph, who says that the company is working out the terms of a deal that will open up streaming for over 3,000 hours of American content, as well as content from Channel 4 and ITV. That the Hulu content wall will come down is obviously great news, but that ITV and 4…
We're big fans of Boxee, the slick cross-platform media center, so it's great to see that they're still adding features. Not only that, but it's now easier than ever to snag a download.
For those living in the UK, the BBC iPlayer is a pretty fantastic VOD service with one drawback: you have to watch shows in-browser. Now one philanthropist coder has written a Vista Media Center interface for the iPlayer. So you can view BBC content on your TV without the PS3 and Wii workarounds, or, at the very…
Looks like the BBC is looking to make a little history today possibly becoming the first traditional TV station to offer all of their programming on demand and over the Internet. That's right, while we're stuck watching YouTube highlights our friends across the pond will soon be running the BBC's new iPlayer service,…