Topic / IPTV

Foxtel expands availability to Telstra T-Box

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Your mobile phone and your Xbox 360 are not the only places where you can now watch Foxtel, with Telstra announcing that it will offer 30 channels from the Foxtel channel lineup to its customers who are using its T-Box set-top box. The deal would mean that consumers will be able to stream the best of Foxtel’s lineup of channels, all unmetered via BigPond. Channels include FOX 8, CNN International, […]

Fairfax Digital launches IPTV service

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Fairfax Media, the owner of The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, Brisbane Times and WA Today, has decided to launch an IPTV service of their own to rival ABC iView, 7PLUS, NineMSN Fixplay, TEN and SBS.

7PLUS now available on Aussie PS3s

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Today 7PLUS, the TV catch-up service from Yahoo7, has been launched for the PlayStation 3. Users can now access the PS3 optimised website straight from the PlayStation 3’s Xross Media Bar. This is the second catch-up service, and first for the commercial stations, to be launched for the PlayStation 3, ABC’s iView being the first. PlayStation 3 users will now be able to catch up on Seven shows City Homicide, […]

iiNet offers customers TV via broadband

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Perth-based internet service provider iiNet has announced a new partnership with FetchTV to allow customers to watch a range of free and subscription television channels with their broadband connection. This effectively meaning that customers on iiNet will now have one single provider for internet, telephone and television services.

IMTV saga continues – EFTel left in the dark

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The drama of IMTV has become an intriguing story; involving three ISPs – Internode, EFTel/aaNet and themselves; but when one says that they are lying, another coming out saying that it was the first time that they heard of it and Whirlpool users reactions of it becoming negative – we all know that means bad news for the company. EFTel, which was named to have made a “special arrangement” with […]

IMTV forced to shut down because of Internode legal dispute – Internode says it didn’t sue

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IMTV has said that it was forced to cease trading and has been sued by “another ISP” for the colour orange and the word “Extreme” – and the only ISP that uses orange and the word “Extreme” is Internode. It also said that a special arrangement has been set up with EFTel that would see all of its customers transferred to EFTel’s network. Michael Jaffar, the chief executive for IMTV […]

ABC iView is a hit with Australians

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The ABC has claimed that its iView product has now been visited by 58,000 people since its first 24 hours in operation. The new service allows users to watch and catch up programming on the ABC’s two channels – ABC1 and ABC2. The new service also contains four additional channels – including one for news and one for its children’s programming – with even more channels being available in the […]

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