Two of the UK’s major broadcasters, the BBC and ITV have announced the launch of a new streaming service called BritBox.
The service is already available in the US and has around 500,000 subscribers, it is now launching in the UK.
“BritBox will be the home for the best of British creativity – celebrating the best of the past, the best of today and investing in new British originated content in the future.”
BBC Director-General, Tony Hall, said: “I am delighted that the BBC and ITV are working together on something truly special – BritBox. A new streaming service delivering the best home-grown content to the public who love it best. The service will have everything from old favourites to recent shows and brand new commissions. It’s an exciting time for the viewing public.”
As yet there are no details on how much this new streaming service will cost, it will launch in the second half of 2019.
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