Now that Channel 4 has taken control of the BBC’s Formula One broadcast feeds in the UK, there may be a few people wondering how to watch the live streams via the Internet – after-all, as wonderful as All 4 is, they don’t actually make it as easy to watch live streams as the BBC did.
Once again, it’s time for the Rugby World Cup, the 4th largest sporting event in the world after the FIFA World Cup, Summer Olympics and the Cricket World Cup. And this year England plays host to the 20 nations competing. Having trouble watching live games in your country? No worries… we’ve got you covered!
Gosh, week two already in 2015, and two review updates to mention here. First, some minor additions to the Xbox One review, adding a couple of new features. But the real showstopper this week is FilmOn’s new Roku app reviewed. Finally, live UK television from FilmOn via a proper set-top-box. This one is worth checking out.
If there is one thing December is great for, it’s sitting in front of the telly! The skies are grey, and it’s horrible outside, so make sure you don’t miss all the great Christmas specials the UK broadcasters will be churning out!
Whilst FilmOn’s UK and global channels roll on without too many headlines, the same can’t be said for their US operations, as this week New York District Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald, found the streaming company in contempt of court for continuing to stream live US channels after the Aereo ruling.
After last week’s US Supreme Court ruling against Aereo, it initially became unclear what would become of FilmOn’s similar service providing live American channels. FilmOn’s founder, Alki David, has just announced that the live US channels will continue to operate – although with a few changes.
FilmOn, the hugely popular free television streaming service has just launched Chromecast support for Android devices. This is potentially huge news, as it could finally allow Android mobile users an easy way to watch live FilmOn television channels on their main TV.