Freesat, the subscription-free satellite TV service, has today confirmed the launch of 4 on Demand on <free time>, offering viewers the last thirty days of catch up and many hours of archive from Channel 4.
Channel 4’s video on demand service joins the ranks of BBC iPlayer, ITV Player Continue reading 4oD launches on Freesat’s <free time>
Author: Giles Cottle is Head of Strategy at freesat
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4OD and Demand 5 were originally planned to launch this month on the new freetime receiver, but unfortunately due to additional development, both on-demand services will launch early 2013.
A statement from freesat has confirmed this: Continue reading 4OD and Demand 5 launch delayed until early 2013
One of the most commonly asked questions we get asked (apart from where’s Dave!!!) is whether the on-demand services from Channel 4 (4OD) and Channel 5 (Demand 5) will be coming to Freesat.
We know that discussions have been ongoing between the broadcasters and Freesat to increase the number of interactive services and it appears that Freesat are now finishing their email news announcements with the following tag line: Continue reading 4OD and Demand 5 Expected