Virgin Media to offer more UKTV shows than other providers

Virgin Media has signed a deal wit UKTV to double the number of programmes available for customers to access. The deal will brig UKTV originals, classics from the BBC, ITV and Channel4 and hit shows from the US, on the Virgin Media platform, more than any other provider. UKTV will be making available over 10,000 […]

A TV licence may be soon needed to watch the iPlayer

Culture Secretary John Wittingdale said the TV licence system was created a long time ago, when television watching was very different and it is now trying to catch up with the present times. At present television viewers have to have a licence to watch any live television but not so to watch iPlayer with the […]

Sky Go to be launched on Microsoft’s Xbox One consoles

According to reports, the Sky Go service will be made available very soon on the Xbox One, as confirmed by Microsoft. Similar service is already on offer on rival consoles and Microsoft will offer it too, as it is already available for Sky TV, PS3, PS4 and Xbox 360 customers. Although Now TV, the other […]

Apple TV leads streaming TV hardware market

The new Apple TV after its launch, has garnered the largest share of the hardware market for Streaming TV, which is at 31%. Amazon follows closely with a share of 28%, reveals Slice Intelligence. Most of those who bought a streaming TV device, have purchased an Apple TV, as over the past 2 years. Amongst […]

Freeview logo only on HD products from end of 2016

Freeviw, the subscription-free TV service, announced that the Freeview logo (Freeview Trade Mark Licence) will be allowed only for HD products, from the end of 2016. This also means that the Freeview logo will no longer appear on new SD products. The move is intended to give a push to the sales of HD products, […]

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