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UK broadcaster Channel 4 has released an iPad application for its catch-up TV service 4oD (4 on demand). The application is called “4oD Catch Up” and according to UTalk Marketing will be released for...
Channel 4's 4oD shows are now available for UK users of Youtube. Following the deal that was brought up a while ago, Youtube is now starting to host full-length episodes of top Channel 4 series,...