Read this: BBC iPlayer can show programmes for a year instead of 30 days
Summary: The BBC will be allowed to keep programmes on its iPlayer service for up to a year after they are first broadcast rather than the current 30 days, in an attempt to help the corporation compete with Netflix. The availability of individual programmes on iPlayer may rely on negotiations with the independent production companies that make shows for the BBC. Many BBC programmes are likely to transfer to the forthcoming paid-for BritBox service after 12 months, which will require an additional subscription on top of the licence fee. - www.theguardian.comwww.theguardian.comBBC iPlayer can show programmes for a ye…
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