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Lifehacker asked its readers for their favourite sources for watching television (other than television, one assumes, although many geeks watch way much less ‘real’ television preferring services like these non-linear offerings). High-def Hulu comes in at number one, and of course the BBC iPlayer is in there too. Real the full story here.

Why blog this? Although this is an (generally) US based poll, it is interesting to see how many services there are providing full programme streams, other than just the ‘usual suspects’ of Hulu, iPlayer and Joost (although less of a suspect these days), and how generally it is not the networks providing the services.

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  1. By Catch up TV « cheatsheet on 30 Sep 2008 at 4:59 pm

    […] Catch up TV In Online Video, User Habits on September 30, 2008 at 4:59 pm Dan Calladine’s excellent blog digital examples points to Youtube reflecting the UK’s habits in playing catchup with their TV content using online services, similar to the US focused results we discussed from Lifehacker’s poll last week. […]

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