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10.40 million watch the first episode of the second series of Broadchurch.
BARB launches IPA-accredited training sessions.
Channel 4 replaces 4oD with new VOD platform All 4.
12.40 million viewers watch the final of Britain's Got Talent.
BBC Trust approves plan to make BBC Three only available online.
Sky confirms plans to move all 3D content exclusively to on-demand channels.
BARB announces the award of its new combined Establishment Survey and Panel Recruitment to Ipsos Connect.
BARB publishes the first TV Player Report (Beta). It is the first set of BARB data to focus on viewing that takes place on computer devices such as laptops, desktops, tablets and smartphones and uses device-based data rather than panel data.
The Great British Bake Off Final becomes the most watched programme of the year with 15.06 million viewers.
10.94 million tune in for the first episode of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! 2015.
ITV Hub launches, replacing ITV Player and itv.com.
Sky announces a new set-top box called Sky Q.
BARB begins prototype data fusion contracts with Kantar Media and Nielsen.
The final results of Strictly Come Dancing are watched by 12.47 million viewers.
Downton Abbey's Christmas Special is the most watched programme on Christmas Day.
11.48 million watch the New Year's Eve Fireworks.