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04. 23. 2009

The BBC releases a new Creative Commons show


One of the complaints of British (and non-British) citizens not resident in the UK is that they are not allowed access to any of the BBC's online output, or to its fabulously popular catch-up service, BBC iPlayer.

But now it seems that the BBC is taking some steps to correct the imbalance, with the launch of its first ever online show... that everyone is allowed to watch. Yay! Released under a Creative Commons licence, the first episode of a technology show called R&D TV is available to download now from this BBC FTP server.

Via Ars Technica.

Posted by Diane    Category: entertainment | on the web
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