BBC will be fine, its the embc I am concerned about.
confirming TVcatchup is much better. solid video feed, 100 times better than ITV.
Who pressed number 4 :)
What would make you think that?Quote:
BBC will be fine
Why would the BBC spend the enourmous amount of money required for servers/bandwidth to cope with a seventh wave event?
And if they have - wouldn't you want someones head on a plate for wasting so much of your money when they've already spent millions on an alternative called televisual broadcasting using COFDM over radio waves :)
e.g DTT :)
Don't worry, for all you football-haters......Wimbledon is on next week.....and I bet the Net will be equally well served for that too! (Do you see what I did there? Well-served? Wimbledon? :getmecoat: )
T'internet (current version) wasn't desigined for broadcasting - Sat and DTV were :)Quote:
The NEW broadcast media,
As I was typing it, it came to me that it was a terrible pun......
But was completely by accident!
Sorry....I won't do it again!!!!
P.S. I can't believe you didn't thank me for that joke!!!!!!
And, BBC, ITV et al have to be on top of the game, otherwise they will fall behind and lose out in the battle for online viewers. I think that ITV will have lost this battle already, but the BBC are keeping themselves very much in the game with the amounts that have been invested.
is TVcatchup broken?
Well - I've got 3 schools setup ready for freeview in the hall - just need to make sure my Wed pm school head sees the light :)
checkout this article about the tech of iplayer: iPlayer uncovered: What powers the BBC's epic creation? - Crave at CNET UK
a yr ago peak transfer for iplayer was around 100Gbps!