UKTV’s Dave and Home to launch on Freesat

Freesat have today announced that UKTV’s Dave and Home, two of the UK’s best-known and highly-regarded television channels, are to launch on the platform on the 1st August 2017. Dave will be available on channel number 157 and Home on 166.

Dave is one of the UK’s most-watched non-PSB channels and hosts a brilliantly addictive mix of comedy and reality shows, including Continue reading UKTV’s Dave and Home to launch on Freesat

Quest and Quest Red launch on Freesat

Freesat have today announced the launch of Quest and Quest Red on Freesat. The two channels are now available for Freesat viewers to watch, for free, on channel numbers 167 and 169.

Freesat viewers can now enjoy popular programmes such as Salvage Hunters, Wheeler Dealers and Spanish Civil War with Michael Portillo on Quest, Continue reading Quest and Quest Red launch on Freesat

Freesat sees solid start to 2016

Freesat today reports a solid start to 2016 as it continues to enhance its content offering and build international partnerships.

The number of homes connected to Freesat by both satellite and broadband is up by 54% year-on-year. This is due to customers choosing to complement their linear free-to-air TV viewing with on-demand services, such as the recently Continue reading Freesat sees solid start to 2016

Freesat licenses TVbeat platform to gain real-time TV audience insights

Freesat, has today announced it is working with TVbeat, a real-time cross-screen TV audience attribution company, to gain insights into how its customers are using the connected TV service.

Using TVbeat’s leading TV audience attribution platform, Freesat will be able to analyse the real-time user behaviour of viewers who opt-in to allow Continue reading Freesat licenses TVbeat platform to gain real-time TV audience insights

Strong quarter for Freesat as Freetime drives growth

Freesat today announces a strong final quarter to 2015, with the addition of 36,000 new homes in the three months to December 2015. After adding 61,000 homes over the course of 2015, Freesat is now available in over 1.93 million households and is watched by more than four million viewers every week.

Customer numbers have continued to soar for Freetime Freesat’s Continue reading Strong quarter for Freesat as Freetime drives growth

Humax Freetime boxes to launch Netflix application

Humax Freetime boxes to launch Netflix applicationHumax today announced that the award-winning Freesat with Freetime set-top boxes will be the first in its product range to roll out Netflix, the world’s leading Internet television service.

Netflix has over 69 million members worldwide, streaming more than Continue reading Humax Freetime boxes to launch Netflix application

Freesat continues 2015 momentum adding 25,000 new homes this year

Freesat, the subscription free satellite TV service, has maintained its 2015 momentum by adding 6,000 new TV homes in the three months to the end of September. In total, 25,000 new households have taken up the service to date in 2015. Freesat continues to be the preferred TV service for 1.9 million households Continue reading Freesat continues 2015 momentum adding 25,000 new homes this year

Solid half year for Freesat as Freetime homes grow

Freesat, the subscription free satellite TV service, has continued its positive start to the year with strong take-up of Freetime, its award-winning connected TV service, which has seen a 200% year-on-year increase in new connected customers. Increased awareness and understanding of the Freetime service has resulted Continue reading Solid half year for Freesat as Freetime homes grow

Freesat sees solid start to 2015 with doubling of Freetime homes

Freesat, the subscription free satellite TV service, has announced a positive start to the year, with strong take-up of Freetime, its award-winning connected TV service. Freesat’s continuing growth demonstrates the ongoing appeal of the free-to-air connected TV service, giving customers high quality technology and engaging Continue reading Freesat sees solid start to 2015 with doubling of Freetime homes