Out of the blue, Humax announced the launch of their new single tuner Freesat HD box, with <free time> built-in. This took the industry by surprise hence why there are no reviews out there (at time of publishing), but behold; now there is!
Of late, Freesat has been Continue reading Review: Humax HB-1000S Freesat HD Receiver
Freesat, the subscription-free satellite TV service, has today announced the launch of its new Freesat HD with freetime box, further bolstering the products available with freetime built in. The Freesat HD with freetime box is manufactured by Humax and will be available to buy from the 12th September from retailers including Continue reading New Freesat HD with freetime box from Humax launches
Freesat have released some new television adverts to highlight the new service, <free time>.
The new adverts, which focus on the ability to go backwards through the TV Guide and access missed programmes via on-demand, are due to be shown on national television from Continue reading Freesat’s new <free time> television adverts
The first of the next generation Freesat <free time> boxes launches this week, with Humax leading the way. The HDR-1000S will be available in-stores from tomorrow as well as available to buy online.
The new product with more focus on interactive services, including the 7 day Continue reading Humax release first Freesat <free time> box
Freesat’s new service <free time> was announced on Tuesday and whilst the presentation gave us a good idea what the service will do, many questions were left for us all to speculate on. I’ve worked my way through all the comments posted here and on other forums and put the best of them to Freesat. Continue reading <free time> questions answered
Steve Hewlett interviews Emma Scott, managing director of Freesat, as the free to air satellite TV operator launches a new service called “<free time>”.
Well worth a listen if interested in Emma defending Freesat against a quite fiery Steve Hewlett (interview begins at 01:30 minutes, broadcasted on 5/9/12 at 16:30)
Freesat, the UK’s free-to-air digital satellite television provider, today launches a new smart on-screen TV guide, available in its next generation Freesat+ boxes (originally dubbed “G2”).
Called <free time>, the service offers new features in a single, simple and easy to use guide: Continue reading Freesat launches new TV guide called <free time>