derGoldstein writes: Engadget reports: "The wonders of iPlayer are no longer the reserve of the Brits. As of today, iPad users in 11 other countries across Europe can subscribe to the service for €7 per month or €50 per year. The subscription grants access to a wealth of TV classics, like Fawlty Towers and Only Fools & Horses, as well as unwitting comedies like EastEnders. Some sort of motoring series by the name of Top Gear is also available". Hopefully they'll make this available to the rest of the world, and not just on the iPad.
derGoldstein writes: According to the Wall Street Journal: "Fox Broadcasting plans to make its recently-aired TV episodes available on the Web only to paying subscribers... Beginning in mid August, new episodes of Fox shows, including "Glee" and "Family Guy," will no longer be available to watch for free on Fox.com or video site Hulu until eight days after they debut, Fox says"