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BBC World News announces raft of on demand programming

18-July-2014
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BBC World News announces raft of on demand programming

BBC World News has announced a brand new suite of video on demand (VOD) content. The package, which is available now, includes over 120 hours of the channel’s best-known long-form content strands, including ‘HARDtalk’, ‘Click’, ‘The Travel Show’ and ‘Our World’. The package may also include specials and thematically grouped content, all of which is specifically commissioned for international audiences.

Colin Lawrence, Director of Distribution for BBC Global News said, “The fact that we have award-winning long form content that sits alongside our world class news and current affairs has always been one of the things that makes BBC World News stand out against our competitors. We know from the quantity and quality of our social media engagement that these programme brands are widely recognised and appreciated around the world. As consumers increasingly demand content on their own terms, we’re pleased that we can now offer our partners a suite of programmes of this quality and range to serve their needs.”

File delivery means the content is available in both SD and HD, further super-serving the time-shifted audience. 

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