Sky’s contract-free Internet-delivered SVOD service Now TV, has just announced the addition of Nat Geo Wild channel to the Entertainment Pass, while splitting off the children’s channels onto their own separate package.
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.
If I told you that you could have a fully responsive, HD set-top box that will stream free UK catch-up content such as the BBC’s iPayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and Demand 5 for only £15 and no monthly fees, would you believe me? Granted, there are a few catches but underneath it all is possibly the best deal in IPTV. If you want a sofa-friendly way to watch UK content on your television, but don’t want to spend a lot of money – then this could very well be the box for you!
Earlier this week, Now TV and Roku both released basic details of an upcoming new box for later this year called the Now TV Smart Box, which was said to include live feeds from 60 UK channels as well as the usual catch-up content. We can now officially confirm that this will include a terrestrial tuner.
Now TV, Sky’s contract-free subscription video-on-demand service, has just announced plans to launch a whole new box later this year, with an updated user interface to begin rolling out next month. Does their planned new box look familiar to anyone?
It may be a week dominated somewhat by new sitcoms and comedy shows, but there’s still plenty of fresh dramas and thrillers to found, with our personal favourite being Amazon’s new dystopian thriller; the Man in the High Castle. Check out this week’s Four Corners for the best of new on-demand TV from around the world.
Sky’s Now TV is one of the best subscription video-on-demand services available in the UK, as it offers not only a pile of movies and television shows not available anywhere else on-demand, but also live streams as well. Haven’t tried them yet? Why not give them a go with these two new risk-free 14 day trials!
This week, it’s Australia’s ABC that churns out the largest selection of new shows, including brand new comedy and drama. But the most significantly raised eyebrow will probably go to season two of Fargo, either from FX over in the US or the far easier way via Netflix.