British Internet TV: watch this space

The British internet TV market could generate revenues of £1.78bn by 2011, according to research carried out by technology company Alcatel-Lucent. Although the industry is in its infancy, several British companies, including TV website Joost, already offer TV over the internet, and BT Vision, the pay-TV arm of the telecoms giant, uses broadband connections to deliver shows to customers’ TV sets. Faster internet connections have already popularised some internet shows, including Kate Modern, made by social networking site Bebo.

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