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How To Watch The Sochi Olympics Without A Cable Bill

How To Watch The Sochi Olympics Without A Cable Bill The Winter Olympics is just days away, with the Sochi Games expected to draw a global TV audience of about 3 billion. NBCUniversal, which paid $4.3 billion for U.S. rights to the Olympics through 2020, is offering...

Feb 1 2014, 12:20pm CST

BBC Launches iPlayer for iPhone

BBC Launches iPlayer for iPhone The BBC announced today that it had launched a version of its iPlayer specifically for the iPhone. The software allows iPhone users to download BBC programs from the last seven days over a Wi-Fi connection.Users can’t...

Mar 7 2008, 9:44am CST

BBC iPlayer Coming to Mac's

BBC iPlayer Coming to Mac's The BBC announced today that its iPlayer will be available for Mac computers in 2008. Criticism was made when the BBC launched its iPlayer for Windows only.BBC director general Mark Thompson said, “I hope this good news...

Feb 8 2008, 9:49am CST

BBC partners with Youtube

BBC partners with Youtube The BBC partnered with Google's Youtube to offer three channels on the video sharing platform: BBC, BBC Worldwide and BBC News. The BBC's director general, Mark Thompson, called the deal a "ground-breaking...

Mar 2 2007, 11:05am CST