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BBC iplayer case study

BBC iplayer is an internet television service providing Britain free content to radio shows and television shows on the internet for free. it was developed by the BBC and allows the user, to view whole showings of radio of tv shows.

on the 25 june 2008, a revamped iplayer was launched.

tagline "Catch up on the last 7 days of the BBC tv & and radio" - meaning you could only catch up on shows that had aired previsouly 7 days. "making unmissable, unmissable"

february 2011, specific aplications for the IOS and adroid platforms were released so they could get on to the platform of Apple and Android. 

 the bbc iplayer was also modified to include links to programmes from other broadcasters, including ITV, Channel 4, E4 and Channel 5.

“Media InstitiOS devices

(http://bits.wikimedia.org/skins-1.20wmf1/common/images/magnify-clip.png) BBC iPlayer as displayed by the iPhone

On 7 March 2008, a beta version for Apple's iOS devices (iPhone, iPod Touch and later iPad) was released, allowing streaming over a Wi-Fi connection. An update released on 12 December 2011 allowed streaming over 3G.[96] The EDGE

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