More details have been released of Martin Goswami's forthcoming internet protocol television service.
Broadcastnow.co.uk said the service, dubbed Aggregator, would complement Freeview by providing a set-top box with a digital terrestrial tuner combined with a broadband connection and a personal video recorder.
Broadcastnow said Goswami, former commercial director at BSkyB, had teamed up with Chris Griffin, former ITV director of channels, and Chris Goodhall, formerly of media and telecoms consulting group Enders Analysis, to develop the service which is expected to provide specialist channels and programmes via broadband.
BT is developing a similar hybrid digital terrestrial and broadband delivered television proposition, due to be test early next year ahead of a UK-wide roll-out later in 2006.
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