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BBC HQ to be converted into an art centre

BBC HQ to be converted into an art centre

BBC's recent move out from the famous BBC Television Centre in west London the future plans aims to convert the site into an art centre.

After the affirmed move of BBC the plans have been laid to trade the twenty three acre site to developers, who aims to bring life to the site and thus create a hub for the arts.

BSkyB ruins iPlayer plans

BSkyB ruins iPlayer plans

BBC's catch TV service for iPlayer is being widely discouraged by broadcasting rival BSkyB.

The aim is to offer a search service which is totally different from the common league, which means that if a member feeds in the title of a non BBC show, they would be proffered with a link to the player belonging to the broadcaster that airs that particular show.

However an ardent rival of BBC, the satellite broadcaster BSkyB states that BBC has changed the iPlayer catch up service.

Project Canvas gets OFT clearance

Project Canvas gets OFT clearance

Project Canvas, the video-on-demand service joint venture by seven partners including BBC, finally got the clearance by the OFT. The Office of Fair Trading said today that it is not going to investigate Project Canvas under the merger provisions of the Enterprise Act 2002. Earlier, OFT has blocked a previous joint venture named Project Kangaroo, between BBC, ITV and Channel 4.

BBC in the process of making sci-fi news

BBC in the process of making sci-fi news

British science fiction on TV wants to score more on this particular stream, gaining past its most liked Dr. Who.

Dr. Who series has been an ever-lasting classic and remains to be the only one dominant till date. This doesn't imply that BBC is resting with its achievements. With a go ahead from the corporation, it now aims at bringing out quality content, a new science fiction series, which is presently being shot at South Africa.