Freeview Australia plans TV catch-up service

Freeview Australia has announced its plans to unveil an advanced electronic programme guide, called FreeviewPlus, in early 2014.

The service will provide viewers in Australia with a range of features, including a new EPG and catch-up content.

“From next year, Australian TV viewers will be able to enjoy one of the most sophisticated and yet easy-to-use free-to-air TV services in the world,” Liz Ross, General Manager of Freeview, said. Catch up TV will be part of a new range of services which Freeview and the free-to-air networks will introduce next year.

Launched in 2008 and owned by ABC, SBS, Seven Network, Nine Network, Network Ten, PRIME7 and Southern Cross Television, Freeview Australia brings together channels from Australia’s free-to-view broadcasters.

DTG Staff  |  11.11.2013

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