bbciplayerThe BBC has announced they will be offering a child-friendly version of iPlayer from today (19 December 2008), allowing younger viewers to watch their favourite programmes on-demand.
Designed for children aged 6 to 12, BBC iPlayer for CBBC gives children the chance to choose when they watch programmes such as Blue Peter, MI High, Sarah Jane Adventures, and other shows.

Through the CBBC website, children will access BBC iPlayer and be able to view a selection of programmes for up to 7 days after broadcast. In addition, some programmes will be available for up to 13 weeks as ‘series catch-ups'(stacked).
The BBC said the service will restrict inadvertent access to non-children’s programming and provides a dedicated area that puts children’s viewing priorities first.

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By Expat