The programme has always been closely linked to the Internet and this has increased over the seasons. It started in 2002 when the programme opened its own web page.
In 2003 video streaming began and has continued apart from short interruptions until now. It was only the second TV3 programme to incorporate this.
In 2006 the podcasting of reports began, making it the first TV3 programme and one of the first in Europe to offer this option.
In 2008 a streaming and a podcast version subtitled in English was begun. There is also a streaming version with subtitles for the deaf. Altogether, the programme can be accessed on the Internet in 6 different ways:
- streaming of the programme in Catalan
- streaming of the programme in Catalan with English subtitles
- streaming of the programme in Catalan with Catalan subtitles
- streaming of the report in Catalan
- podcast of the report in Catalan
- podcast of the report in Catalan with English subtitles
In 2008 the programme also incorporated a map browser using Google Maps which allows users to zoom in on the geographical area where the reports were made and makes it possible to view the complete report broadcast by the programme.
In 2009 simplifies the subtitles system. The programme upload reports to YouTube to be available the automatic translation to many languages. The quality improve and a HD 720 version is available too.
Most viewer participation is carried out via the web page: photo, video, competitions, posts on the forum, answers to questions, etc.
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