FREEVIEW TV COMES TO WEB BROWSERS

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by Marc Rushton

18th December, 2018

FREEVIEW TV COMES TO WEB BROWSERS

Dubbed as an exciting world-first for Australian TV lovers, Freeview will launch on the web this evening allowing viewers to stream on-demand content from more than 20 free-to-air channels on Mac or PC.

Freeview says that via any current browser, viewers will be able to access the Freeview website and take advantage of the simple-to-use platform.

Additional features are said to include a new way to discover content, a TV guide for FTA channels, easy access to favourite shows, and program recommendations.

Freeview FV Web

Freeview CEO, Liz Ross, said:

Aussies have completely free access to more than 10,000 programs with Freeview. There are no subscription fees, it’s available wherever you are, on whichever device you’re on and at whatever time you want to watch TV.

Freeview's new web-based viewing offers yet another way of viewing free-to-air TV, joining its suite of products including Freeview Plus for smart TVs, and the Freeview FV mobile app which is available for iOS and Android.

Channels that will be available on the web includes live-streaming and on-demand content from ABC, SBS, Seven, Channel 9, 10, 10 Bold, 10 Peach, ABC COMEDY/ABC KIDS, ABC ME, ABC NEWS, SBS Viceland, SBS Food, NITV, 7TWO, 7Mate, 7food network, 7Flix, Racing.com, 9Gem, 9Go! ,9Life, Extra and TVSN. More channels are said to becoming available.

The Freeview FV web platform will launch at midnight, 18th December 2019.

For more information visit Freeview.

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