LONDON (AP) — The fate of a sweet-toothed TV baking contest with millions of fans has left some Britons with a sour taste. The BBC says it has lost the rights to “The Great British Bake Off,” which it has broadcast since its first series in 2010. Rival Channel 4 offered more money to program […]
At IBC’s opening panel this morning, David Abraham, CEO of Britian’s Channel 4, describes how his company over the past eight years has successfully built a hybrid TV viewing experience around the convenience of mobile and over-the-top that augments its linear broadcast channels. And he outlines how it will reframe its digital platform with the rollout next year of All 4, a single destination that will hold all program content at one digital location.
BSkyB, ITV and Channel 4 have joined U.S. broadcasters including ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC in successfully stopping London-based Internet video service FilmOn from showing their channels without permission.