BBC Three Becomes The First Channel To Move Online | TV News
The era of BBC 3 as a traditional television channel has come to an end, the TV channel being the first to move online in a cost saving move for the BBC.
The channel launched 13 years ago to create programmes that targeted young audiences between the ages of 16 and 24, broadcasting to an average of 11m viewers each week.
The careers of stars such as James Corden, Matthew Horne, David Walliams, Julia Davis and Matt Lucas were launched by the channel which was home to some of the BBC’s most provocative shows – Supergamers and Murder Games: The Life and Death of Breck Bednar.
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