Brits (still) can’t stream BBC iPlayer abroad

While the BBC charges £150 a year for a TV licence fee in the UK, the corporation won’t offer streaming access to its iPlayer in mainland Europe. The paid-for competition, like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, now follow the EU’s digital media portability rules which came into play over the weekend. These let residents watch digital media services in other EU member states as if they were in their home country.

Source: Brits (still) can’t stream BBC iPlayer abroad

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