Cleverly-named SeeSaw is a new catch-up TV service with content from the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Five. While much of the content is already available on the respective broadcasters’ own on-demand services, it’s nice to have everything in one place.
The site boasts a slick user interface that’s a pleasure to use, and I found the picture quality to be very good with no buffering problems to speak of.
SeeSaw have future plans to licence programmes from a wider range of broadcasters, which will enhance the service’s appeal.
Interestingly a TV licence is not required to use on-demand services such as SeeSaw – you are only legally obliged to buy a TV licence if you watch broadcast TV.