News: YouView delayed until early 2012
You-don't-View just yet....
The Daily Mail reports that the launch of YouView may be postponed "by as much as six months" - and others say "until early 2012"
YouView gets Ofcom go-ahead
20 October 2010
YouView to launch in 2011
17 September 2010
A consortium of leading UK broadcasters and broadband providers have unveiled YouView, a free, internet-based television service ( IPTV) to compete with British Sky Broadcasting and Virgin Media.
Formerly known as Project Canvas, the venture has been created by the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, BT, TalkTalk & Arqiva and will launch in mid-2011 — with a YouView set-top box initially costing around £200.
Project Canvas to become YouView
YouView unveiled as the 'future of television'
The internet revolution will be televised - broadcasters unveil their plans for the future
Project Canvas rebrands as YouView
"You like potato and I like potahto ....."
The Financial Times newspaper plus an early edition of their ft.com website said that the
"venture has been created by the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, BT, TalkTalk and Arriva"
"Potato — potahto, Arriva — Arqiva,
Let's call the whole thing off ......"
The YouView website