Saturday, March 13, 2010

SeeSaw TV trials get rave reviews

Initial feedback on the beta tests of the SeeSaw TV-on-demand platform has been largely positive. The service offers content from BBC Worldwide, Channel 4 and Five for free, though nothing from ITV at the moment. The site began sending out invites for its beta test at the end of January. “The streaming quality is better than Sky Player with no buffering problems so far,” said one tester writing on the Digital Spy forums.

However, visitors to the site weren’t enamoured with the name. “I don’t suppose there’s any chance of us having enough influence to cause a rethink of the name. It sounds like a programme you’d find on CBeebies,” wrote one forum member. SeeSaw is compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux systems and only requires an up-to-date browser with Adobe’s Flash Player version 10 installed to run. You can sign up to take part in the beta tests on the SeeSaw website.

Source of Information : WebUser February 11 2010

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