Following the announcement that YouTube would launch on freesat’s <free time> service, we can confirm that it is due to launch tomorrow, Thursday 7 March 2013.
This version of YouTube has been built on HTML 5 platform, a first for any television Continue reading YouTube set to launch on freesat’s <free time> 7 March 2013
Author: Giles Cottle is Head of Strategy at freesat
Let’s be honest, we all love free carbs and sugar on a Monday morning, so as a newcomer to freesat – I started three weeks ago, heading up our strategy team – I enjoyed starting my week with doughnuts at freesat Towers to celebrate our Continue reading Why freesat is betting the house on HTML5
Google have today announced the launch of their YouTube service on the freesat platform, in a first for British TV.
By the end of next month, customers of the freesat satellite television platform will be able to flick to the YouTube online video site on the Continue reading Google to launch YouTube on freesat
News story courtesy of Digitalspy
Harvard International has today announced the launch of a new range of high definition set top boxes, offering web services and integration with mobile devices.
Bearing the branding View21, the Freeview HD and Freesat HD receivers are aimed at customers who want to “future proof their TV experience” without having to switch to pay-TV. Continue reading Harvard To Launch New Freesat HD Receivers