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8 October 2013 Last updated at 14:09

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The BBC is planning to launch a BBC One +1 channel, its director general
Tony Hall has announced.

Speaking at his first major speech since joining in April, Lord Hall said
audiences expected a timeshift service that would give people "more of what
they've already paid for".

Other innovations he announced included a revamped, personalised iPlayer,
offering a 30-day catch-up period.

The service will also allow users to watch shows before they are broadcast.

Explaining the decision to introduce a "plus one" service, which would show
BBC One programmes with a one-hour time delay, Lord Hall said: "BBC One
needs to be on top form. It has to be the nation's favourite channel, and
also its bravest."

He added the


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