BBC set to launch Internet service

The British Broadcasting (BBC) is set to announce an Internet-based service that will start operating next year.

The British Broadcasting (BBC) is set to announce an Internet-based service that will start operating next year, supplying a wide range of news, entertainment and educational material.

The company is using Fujitsu-owned ICL to design and manage the system. Microsoft bid unsuccessfully to help run the business, according to published reports. The BBC will pay nothing for services from ICL, which will earn its money from a proportion of subscription revenue, according to the reports.

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