The BBC launches its streaming service 24 hours of mobile TV

9:14 AM Edited by Blony

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Until now, the BBC was in accordance with its on demand TV service called BBC iPLAY, but it seems to want to plunge into the rolling terrain.

Just launched its live streaming service 24 hours of TV for mobile phones. BBC kicks off with 8 channels, 5 news streaming in general, and the other with BBC Parliament, CBBC and CBeebies channel for kids.

The videos are displayed at 176 x 144 pixels in devices with WiFi, the service does not happen over-the-air (OTA) and for now only available to UK users who can access it from http://www.bbc/ .co.uk / mobile / live / tv /.

It's a pity we can not see for our country but serves to show which way to take the chains since the BBC mobile internet is more popular than Google. Therefore, Mobile also launched the BBC homepage, which provides the user with several customization options such as the WAP version, the ability to see more pictures and graphics, or the desktop version, all in bbc.co.uk / mobile .

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