BBC Wants Broadband TV Guinee Pigs

The BBC is calling on broadband users to take part in an experiment that lets viewers who have missed programmes catch up with the action online.

The corporation's interactive Media player (iMP) pilot is looking to recruit 5,000 participants from around the UK.

Participants will be able to download TV and radio programmes up to seven days after broadcast. Starting in September, the three month content trial follows a limited technical trial last summer.

View: Web User UK

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