SeeSaw

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Michael Jackson walks away from SeeSaw
Former chief executive of Channel 4 leaves chairman designate role at struggling online TV company. By Mark Sweney

Mark Sweney

02, Sep, 2011 @6:08 AM

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SeeSaw loses Channel 4 shows in funding hitch
Shows such as The Inbetweeners and Skins no longer available on online TV service as it negotiates new funding round. By Mark Sweney

Mark Sweney

01, Sep, 2011 @8:42 AM

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Online TV service SeeSaw saved
Consortium of investors including former Channel 4 chief Michael Jackson take stake in firm. By Mark Sweney

Mark Sweney

14, Jul, 2011 @6:37 AM

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SeeSaw targeted by Bebo buyers
Online TV service close to being bought by US investment firm Criterion Capital Partners. By Mark Sweney

Mark Sweney

21, Jun, 2011 @8:50 AM

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SeeSaw online TV venture to close
Arqiva to pull plug on SeeSaw after failing to find an investment partner or buyer for the service. By Mark Sweney

Mark Sweney

27, May, 2011 @11:42 AM

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Arqiva seeks partner for online TV venture
SeeSaw online television venture could be sold as part of strategic review. By Mark Sweney

Mark Sweney

19, Jan, 2011 @8:57 AM

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SeeSaw signs NBC Universal deal
UK video-on-demand aggregator to charge for US shows including Heroes, House and Battlestar Galactica. By Jason Deans

Jason Deans

18, Aug, 2010 @11:00 AM

SeeSaw to launch major TV ad campaign
Video-on-demand website enlists Armando Iannucci, Smack the Pony's Sally Phillips and ad agency Fallon for campaign. By Mark Sweney

Mark Sweney

20, May, 2010 @12:22 PM

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SeeSaw online TV site launches pay-for service
Series including South Park, Fawlty Towers and Planet Earth available on online '30-day rental' model. By Mark Sweney

Mark Sweney

20, May, 2010 @6:29 AM

Watch a teaser ad for web TV service SeeSaw

Video-on-demand service launches its first campaign

26, Feb, 2010 @7:55 AM

SeeSaw launches £5m TV ad drive
Fallon campaign hopes to make online TV service a household name. By Mark Sweney

Mark Sweney

26, Feb, 2010 @7:30 AM

Online TV is good for the industry

On-demand TV increases viewer loyalty to television channels and programmes, and thus growth, rather than being a threat

Tess Alps

22, Feb, 2010 @7:05 AM

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