Samsung Electronics has added Channel 4’s 4oD to its Smart TV store, Samsung Apps.
Amazon’s Lovefilm has signed a deal with BBC Worldwide that will see a range of children’s content become available for members to stream instantly.
Viewster Media has said that 3.7 million UK viewers watched more than 50 million films or TV shows using Viewster’s subscription-free network of sites and syndication partners.
Virgin Media has deployed Harmonic’s ProMedia family of integrated software solutions to power Virgin TV Anywhere.
Now TV is offering unlimited 24-hour access to all six Sky Sports channels for £9.99 (€12.35) for a 24-hour window.
The march of technology has claimed another victim. First it was Pages from Ceefax that disappeared from daytime screens, now it is time to say goodbye to the testcard, again.
Sky customers will be able to access what the satcaster is claiming to be the most complete catch-up TV service in the UK from this coming Monday (March 18) following the addition on 4 on demand (4oD) to the company’s On Demand service.