Imagine a television with a tuner that can pick up every live TV channel in the world. Well, we’re not quite there yet… but we’ve found a pretty cool start to it on the Apple TV where you can flip through live channels of your choice.
Channel 4’s first ever coverage of the Formula One in Bahrain pulled in 2.3 million viewers this weekend, a 16.2% share and a significant drop from the BBC’s 3.8 million for the same race last year, so what went wrong?
According to a report from The Guardian, the BBC and ITV may be joining forces to create a Netflix-style SVOD service with a focus on archived content. If you ask me, this could be more revolutionary than it at first appears.
As of last night, the BBC’s youth oriented channel BBC Three, has gone dark on television screens across the UK, after the public broadcaster flipped the switch ending traditional linear transmissions. The only way to watch BBC Three now is via the Internet and on-demand.
With the 2016 Six Nations Rugby Championship about the begin, there may be a few people around the world scratching their heads on how to watch it. No worries, as we’ve got the guide on how to watch wherever you are!
It’s one thing to suddenly have access to a vast selection of global television, but finding out exactly what’s on is another story altogether. Thankfully, there are searching sites cropping up, dedicated to making it easier to find exactly what you want – and we just so happen to keep a list here.
Writing a review about the BBC’s on-demand service is no easy task. After all, this is the world’s largest and oldest television broadcasting company and one of the great media innovators. The BBC’s iPlayer is quite simply the on-demand benchmark for traditional broadcasting networks, both public and private. Even if you have never used it before, once you start, it will be very difficult to part with it. Give it a whirl as it could change the way you watch television forever.
The BBC are currently updating their mobile apps to provide offline downloads for a wide range of content, now making the BBC Radio even a great experience while travelling abroad or outside of WiFi or cellular coverage!
Want to watch Wimbledon, but it’s not so easy where you are right now? What if I said there was a commercial free live stream available over the Internet, with every match in HD, from one of the world’s biggest broadcasters and delivered to your main TV free of charge? Well… read on!
If you find yourself moaning about your local FTA catch-up TV, spare a thought for those lucky Brits. Not only does their BBC iPlayer provide excellent HD streams, both online and with offline access (perfect for travel), enormous platform support, live streams of all channels, 30 day catch-up of all content with no payTV sub required and commercial-free, but now they’re dabbling in mind control as well.