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Freesat adds Demand 5: Calls full house on UK catch-up TV services

Freesat adds Demand 5: Calls full house on UK catch-up TV services

By 6 August 2013

Freesat has added Demand 5 to its selection of catch-up TV services, meaning it offers the full selection of the UK's main catch-up TV apps, joining BBC iPlayer, ITV Player and 4oD. You'll need to have a Freesat box that's compatible with Free Time from... >>

YouView from TalkTalk
3.5 out of 5

YouView from TalkTalk

By 24 December 2012

YouView - for those unfamiliar - is a TV service that wraps up digital Freeview channels with online catchup services such as BBC iPlayer and plenty more. TalkTalk's YouView service - as offered through its Plus TV package - includes the Huawei version... >>

YouView from BT
3.5 out of 5

YouView from BT

By 5 December 2012

YouView comes in several flavours. You can walk into a shop on the high street and pick up the YouView box and plug it into your existing aerial and internet connection, or you can buy as part of a wider package. We've already reviewed the hardware, so... >>

Free YouView box for all TalkTalk Plus customers

Free YouView box for all TalkTalk Plus customers

By 26 July 2012

Customers who sign up to the TalkTalk Plus broadband and phone plan will now receive a free YouView set-top-box as part of their on-going subscriptions. The box, which enables users to catch-up with shows from BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 as well... >>

YouView catch-up TV finally launched, available end July

YouView catch-up TV finally launched, available end July

By 4 July 2012

YouView has announced on Wednesday that its TV set-top box will be available to buy from the end of July, bringing BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 on-demand content to UK homes, without the need for an ongoing subscription. The YouView project has been... >>

Samsung Smart TVs bulging with Gameloft and Five on Demand apps

Samsung Smart TVs bulging with Gameloft and Five on Demand apps

By 13 May 2011

Gameloft has revealed the line-up of games it's bringing to Samsung Smart TVs this year. And the Korean consumer electronics giant has also announced a partnership with UK TV channel Five to add its Five on demand service to the company's television platform... >>


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