BBC3 will be broadcasting a new show called the Mighty Boosh online a week earlier than they broadcast the show on TV. Its part of plans to premiere a number...

BBC3 will be broadcasting a new show called the Mighty Boosh online a week earlier than they broadcast the show on TV. Its part of plans to premiere a number of other comedies via broadband in the coming months.

Meanwhile Channel 4 will be simulcasting all its content via broadband by the end of the year. The strategy is a key part of the Channel 4 chief executive Andy Duncan’s mission to highlight the accessibility of Channel 4 programming and secure its core status as a public service broadcaster.

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