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Canal+ launches Catch-up TV video-on-demand service

Darren Murph
09.11.08
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By now, we've all heard of Start Over (right?), but Canal+ is introducing some new terminology overseas with its Catch-up TV service. For Le Bouquet subscribers that own a Dual-S set-top-box with an ADSL connection and an external hard drive (got all that?), they can seemingly enjoy programming aired earlier on-demand without having to worry over "traditional timetables and reruns." Generally speaking, a show stays available for between seven days and a month after it's first shown, and of course, this material will all be delivered via broadband. Not a bad sounding setup, if we should say so ourselves.

[Via BroadbandTVNews]

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