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Displaying items by tag: Freetoair

Foxtel shocks with its new $99 Android-powered Box, designed to be "an affordable and easy-to-use device designed to stream the best choice of the world’s biggest new shows, live sport and complete seasons to consumers’ TVs".

Published in Entertainment

There's no on-remote volume control as yet, but Telstra's new Telstra TV 2 comes with a fresh new UI, universal search, content aggregation, free-to-air TV and plenty more.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The 2017 Media Consumer Survey has launched, a detailed 44-page report that examines our changing media habits, from traditional TV to streaming, from real news to fake and plenty more.

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 23 November 2015 12:07

Ten’s Tenplay tips up on Telstra TV

Although Channel 10 is still yet to take the live streaming plunge like Channel 7, its catchup streaming service ‘tenplay’ has arrived on Telstra TV.

Published in Entertainment

Microsoft is finally bringing premium live TV features on Xbox One to Australia, combining live and free-to-air TV with apps and ‘other great features’ of the console.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 02 September 2014 09:51

Can FreeviewPlus make TV cool again?

FreeviewPlus is here, described as the ‘most important advances in free-to-air television in this country since digital TV’.

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 23 June 2014 15:14

SBS gets head start with Freeview Plus

Good news for fans of SBS and fans of crazy new TV technology - the free-to-air broadcaster is the first to launch its new Web-enabled TV HbbTV technology, letting users view On Demand video seamlessly with digital TV.

Published in Entertainment

Foxtel may be making all the headlines recently but that hasn't stopped little ol' free-to-air, with Freeview Plus announced today.

Published in Entertainment
As the number of digital channels is set to increase, Freeview has revamped its web site.

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 08 December 2008 11:29

Ice TV's sub $1 per week EPG subscription deal

Whether you’re an existing IceTV EPG customer, a free trial user, a returning customer or a brand new one, IceTV has a great deal for Australians wanting to use its electronic program guide: an AUD $49 deal that means an EPG for less than $1 per week!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Wednesday, 09 July 2008 19:59

Digital TV in Australia

The five major Australian cities are due to have analog TV turned off at the end of next year, progressively the remainder of the country will be forced to convert by 2013.  So, knowing that any equipment older than around 5 years will stop working in 18 months, how are we doing?
Published in Technology Regulation




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