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BBC Three, the Digital Platform That’s Home to ‘Fleabag’ and ‘Normal People,’ Will Return as a Broadcast Channel in February

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Manori Ravindran International EditorBBC Three, the digital platform that’s been the home of “Fleabag” and “Normal People,” is returning as a broadcast channel.Media regulator Ofcom on Thursday officially approved the channel, making clear that it was on the basis that at least 75% of hours broadcast each year will be original programs that are commissioned by the BBC for U.K.

viewers.The corporation officially confirmed a February launch for BBC Three, which will be available on Freeview, Sky, Virgin and Freesat with EPG numbers to be confirmed at a later date.Commenting on the decision, Fiona Campbell, controller for BBC Three, said: “This is a big moment, with the new channel providing a destination for young audiences to discover more.

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