BBC iPlayer
The BBC is looking at ways to share its iPlayer and internet TV technology with other public service broadcasters as part of its submission to industry regulator Ofcom

The BBC is prepared to share its iPlayer technology and plans to develop a new internet-enabled set-top box as part of its £120m proposal for a range of partnerships with other public service broadcasters.

As part of its submission to Ofcom's public service broadcasting review, the BBC has also suggested sharing regional news offices with ITV and waiving the fees it charges for publishing TV listings.

It has been suggested the BBC is trying to avoid having to give Channel 4 a stake in the Corporation's commercial arm, BBC Worldwide, or share the licence fee with other broadcasters.

Ofcom is reviewing a range of proposals to try and plug a forecast public sector funding gap of up to £235m a year.

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