Plans are being drawn up for a new broadband TV service, Aggregator TV, which Broadcastnow.co.uk said had ambitions to compete with existing pay-TV services.
Former BSkyB commercial director Martin Goswami and ex- ITV director of channels Chris Griffin are among the names behind the project.
News of the planned service comes as the BBC reveals its online premiere of new BBC Three comedy The Mighty Boosh was seen by 35,000 internet users, although the average viewing time for the half-hour show was just 11 minutes.
It was the first programme to be premiered over the internet by a British broadcaster.
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