On 9 February 2009, the Competition Commission (CC) blocked a proposed joint venture, "Project Kangaroo", between BBC Worldwide Limited (BBC), Channel Four Television Corporation (C4) and ITV plc (ITV). Project Kangaroo was designed to be an on-line video-on-demand (VOD) content service, providing internet users with access to the catalogue of BBC, ITV and C4 productions. The CC found that the joint venture was likely to result in a substantial lessening of competition in the supply of UK VOD content at the wholesale and retail levels. In December 2008, the CC published a notice of possible remedies to address the competition concerns. The parties proposed remedies which included restrictions on the joint venture's ability to supply wholesale UK VOD content and preventing the exchange of commercially sensitive information. However, the CC considered that the proposed remedies would be inadequate to deal with the competition concerns.