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TV
Kordia launches nationwide broadcasting service
“With this unique new service, we’re making an ad-hoc broadcast simple and cost-effective. This means customers can reach a bigger audience and build credibility.”
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Google
Freeview On Demand now on streaming device
"Both our On Demand platform and Streaming Device were designed with the viewer at the heart of experience, so combining them was a natural next step."
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Smart TV
Freeview aims to transform how you watch TV
The new Freeview recorder combines the entire suite of Freeview features with the added choice of apps and extra content available through Google Play.
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New Zealand
Freeview launches new On Demand experience
The new Freeview On Demand supposedly provides a more seamless experience.
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New Zealand
Freeview takes on Sky in an all-out brawl for Kiwi viewers
“Freeview is offering viewers access to local and international VOD content..."
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Sky TV
Count 'em up: More big names strike out at Sky-Vodafone merger
Blue Reach, Freeview, InternetNZ, Spark, Trustpower, TUANZ, TVNZ and 2degrees all have serious concerns about the Sky-Vodafone merger.
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Cloud
Freeview Plus lands
Put simply the Freeview Plus is a mash-up of broadcast TV, and online content on demand over broadband.
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Gaming
Freeview shakes it up with FreeviewPlus
FreeviewPlus will marry broadcast television with on-demand content allowing viewers to watch catch-up and premiere shows on their TV.
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Cloud
Kiwi internet usage soars
Eighty percent of New Zealanders now use the internet, and<br />more than a million homes are on a broadband connection, according to latest<br />official statistics.
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Cloud
TiVo hits the shelves
The TiVo media device is now on sale through Telecom retail outlets.
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Cloud
TiVo’s walled garden
>>> If you were offered premium Internet content for a special price, would you be willing to pay it? Depends on the content, you might say.
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Cloud
Freeview sales boosted by Prime
Freeview partly credits adding SKY’s free-to-air channel Prime to its lists for an upsurge in sales of its digital television receivers.