No more SeeSaw

November 1st, 2011 in Internet TV

SeeSaw, the video-on-demand Internet TV service that promised “a great place to watch TV”, has closed. The service launched in 2010, offering a mix of TV content from the BBC, Channel 4 and Channel 5 that could be viewed over the Internet. SeeSaw was originally formed from a proposed service codenamed Project Kangaroo, which was […]


SeeSaw To Shut or Be Sold

June 21st, 2011 in Catch-up TV, Internet TV

If you’re not aware of the name Seesaw, it’s an online TV service that lets you watch TV shows from the BBC, Channel 4 and Five, for free. And the future of SeeSaw is in the balance. The service, which offers 3,500 hours of free to view TV content, first launched in 2010. It was […]


SeeSaw Internet TV launches today

February 17th, 2010 in Catch-up TV, Internet TV

SeeSaw, a new Internet-based TV service, has gone live today. SeeSaw offers TV content from the BBC, Channel 4, Five, and a small selection of ITV content. SeeSaw was created after Project Kangaroo was outlawed by the Competition Commission in 2009. SeeSaw is currently offering over 3,000 hours of TV content including Green Wing, The […]


Podcast release: Media Players reviewed, Sky 3D and SeeSaw

February 1st, 2010 in Digital TV, Internet TV, Podcast News

Show 48 of the UK’s TV and Tech podcast, FrequencyCast is out today. Brought to you with a little help from Radio & Telly, the show takes a look at ways to get more from your telly and gets hands-on with two media players. We also run down the latest tech and TV news, and […]


SeeSaw TV Enters Beta Phase

January 26th, 2010 in Internet TV

Remember Project Kangaroo? The service that was set to be a little like the BBC iPlayer but combining TV content from BBC Worldwide, ITV and Channel 4. It was canned in 2009 after a review by the Competition Commission. Well, it’s back. Now known as SeeSaw and with a slightly different offering, this is due […]


Project Canvas under fire

April 26th, 2009 in Internet TV

Project Canvas is a joint venture between the beeb, ITV and BT. The service, currently set for a 2010 launch, offers on-demand TV, as well as web and email access on your TV using special set-top boxes. In April 2009, trade body Intellect Technology Association, as well as regulator Ofcom, both raised concerns about the […]