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.
If you’re anything like me and been using Netflix UK since time immemorial, you’ve most likely been grandfathered into your original £5.99 monthly fee despite last year’s price hike. Sadly, that little island of inflation-free tranquility is about to disappear.
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?
Channel 4 today announced it has launched All 4’s Watch Live feature on Android devices, giving users the opportunity to watch live broadcasts from all Channel 4’s channels wherever they are, and just in time for the Formula One as well.
EE TV in the UK has just outplayed Freeview spectacularly by offering offline downloads for all their content on mobile devices! From today, their updated mobile apps will copy across recordings from EE TV’s 70+ channels to watch anywhere without any time limits!
While many viewers had already been disappointed by the UK’s free-to-air Formula One coverage shifting from the BBC to Channel 4, life for racing fans may get even worse, as from 2019 Sky will force almost all of the Formula One behind a paywall.
In what can only be described when forced to use polite terms as a streaming version of a face palm, the otherwise respectable broadcaster NBC Universal has completed their international roll out of Hayu, and they’ve already got Foxtel scared.
TVPlayer’s premium service, TVPLayer Plus, has finally launched on a connected-TV device, after previously being restricted to mobile platforms and the web. The sVOD service which adds 19 channels for £4.99 including British Eurosport, can now be updated on all Amazon Fire TV Devices.