AV and unified communications distributor Midwich Australia is now the ANZ distributor of MediaStar Systems' IPTV, streaming and digital signage products.
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".
Cartoon entertainment channels Cartoon Network and Boomerang have launched on Fetch TV following Fetch’s addition of the Turner CNN news channel in October last year.
If you want to access Foxtel via its Foxtel Play IPTV service, prices will be a lot more competitive from December 2016 as it fights back against Netflix and similar services.
Direct to Home (DTH), IPTV and Over-the-Top (OTT) services are projected to grow in the next five years on the back of government support in infrastructure development including fibre roll-outs fuelled by increased consumer demand across the Asia Pacific.
Internet TV is set to grow into a $40 billion industry over the next five years. According to Telstra owned online video services provider Ooyala, the growth of Internet TV is underpinned by some very sophisticated software that relies on knowing viewers, perhaps much more than they think.
Etihad Stadium (Melbourne) and Allianz Stadium (Sydney) are the first venues to implement StadiumVision 4.0, the new release of Cisco's IPTV system for sport and entertainment venues.
The Melbourne Cricket Club is planning a technology revamp for the hallowed Melbourne Cricket Ground that will include a high-density Wi-Fi network and an IPTV system.
Foxtel says its new Boxsets service has been a smashing success since launching, with over 94,000 episodes of Game of Thrones legally downloaded and viewed to date!
With Netflix’s Australian library expected to offer just a fraction of what US Netflix users have enjoyed for nearly a decade, will anyone who seriously wants to use Netflix bother with the Australian version?
Netflix has been available in the US since 2007, and it will have taken nearly a decade for it to arrive Down Under, but without the full suite of US TV content, can it truly succeed against Foxtel?
Given the ‘coming soon’ nature of today’s Xbox One ABC iView announcement, we contacted Microsoft’s Xbox people to see if they could at least give us a hint as to when we can expect it to arrive.
Australia’s Broadcast Corporation, the ABC, is brining its top-notch streaming and catch-up TV service, iView, to Microsoft’s next-gen gaming console, the Xbox One.
While there were rumours Telstra’s T-Box was set for termination, the Company has denied this and instead is delivering new “premium” Plus7 content to its T-Boxers.
Dodo is the latest ISP to turn to Fetch for TV and video services.
Australia's biggest telco Telstra has unveiled plans to turn Adelaide Oval into one of the country's most technically advanced connected stadiums, through a boost in mobile capacity and a 'Telstra Plaza' upgrade.
ABC TVs internet channel iView has been integrated into the Fetch IPTV main menu, providing users with ready access to the entire suite of iView content on their TV.
Telstra is restructuring its digital media division to meet the threat from OTT players. Foxtel penetration is stuck at 30% – the big growth will come from IPTV.
Telstra today reported sales of its T-Box IPTV set-top boxes hit a mighty 500,000 this week, well on the way to the telco’s aggressive target of more than 1 million.
As debate over the best NBN proposal rages, a new Victorian education project will deliver dental education using NBN technology.
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