BBC moves to file-sharing

World's most venerable broadcaster goes bittorrent. Well, sort of...It's going to use Azureas' new Zudeo software, which seems to be some sort of unholy cross between YouTube and Azureas itself - client software which distributes via P2P networks. This way, the Beeb can keep on top of DRM issues and distribute via the web in HD (presumably turning a blind eye to the rest of the world watching Doctor Who on its laptop).

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