It is slowly becoming a trend for conventional networks to embrace the digital age and start offering over-the-top online streaming of their linear channel. HBO has done this, Showtime has done this and many others are in the process of doing the same thing. The BBC is apparently thinking along the same lines, according to a report it plans of offering an over-the-top internet streaming subscription service to customers in the United States from next year.
According to a report by Reuters director general of the BBC, Tony Hall, confirmed during an industry convention in Cambridge that an OTT video services subscription will be offered to customers in the United States starting next year.
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