Freeview Australia's enhanced HbbTV service provides more seamless integration between broadcast and on-demand BVOD services.
Seven million Australians have streamed more than two billion minutes of catch-up and live streaming content in the past month, according to the free digital television service, Freeview.
Free catch-up digital television service Freeview Australia has unveiled its new Freeview Plus service with new features and a fresh look and feel.
Free digital television service Freeview has introduced a new feature to support Google Chromecast, delivering one-stop free-to-air TV for both streaming and catch-up through a smartphone or tablet.
Australian TV viewers streamed 1.2 billion minutes of television programmes throughout March, according to a newly published report.
The Freeview free digital TV service is claiming strong growth in the Australian market with household penetration of its service reaching the 20% mark this year to compare favourably with mature overseas markets.
It is free-to-air (FTV) TV on a smartphone, but not as we know it as digital rights management, content licensing controls, and Telco data charges may impair the experience.
Free digital television service, Freeview, has certified its eighth major TV manufacturer to offer its FreeviewPlus catch up services in the Australian market.
We all take free to air TV (FTA) for granted – watch a constant stream of advertisements punctuated by often second-rate reality TV and content.
FreeviewPlus is here, described as the ‘most important advances in free-to-air television in this country since digital TV’.
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.
Free-to-air TV is finally taking it to Foxtel in the app stakes, with Yahoo!7 today announcing its 7Sport app for iPhone.
It is now euphemistically called “catch-up” – no longer do you have to feel as if you are a criminal for downloading the TV show/movie you missed. Or do you?
Bush reckons its new Mini BVR320FV DVR is the smallest on the Australian market.
The Freeview DTV consortium has announced a new EPG for those equipped with Freeview badged devices. Behind all the bluster and diversionary tactics, this new EPG does add one nice feature that is enticing, but don't rush out and buy a Freeview device.
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