NEWS AND INFORMATION

FreeviewPlus - Friday, November 20, 2015

Tv on demand and live broadcast Tv ,Freeview Plus is the new service ,
with an enhanced guide and all of your favourite programmes at your fingertips.
To see what is required go here
 
Lightbox has arrived - Monday, September 22, 2014


Sparks new streaming Tv service Lightbox has started.
It comes with a price tag of $15 per month, with a free 30-day trial period available to users unsure about the service. An account can be used on up to five devices, with two shows able to be watched on separate devices at any one time. Lightbox can connect to your TV from your iPad with Airplay connected through the Apple TV service. 


 
4+1 is now available on all Freeview - Thursday, August 7, 2014

 4+1 has been added to the Freeview lineup and
 is available on Channel 9  Terrestrial and Satellite
 
TAB has left Freeview - Monday, April 14, 2014
TAB has gone and is now only available through subscription



The TAB has announced  that its racing channels Trackside and TAB TV will be moved off Freeview and will be available only on Sky Television from April 14.

That means punters will eventually have to fork out a minimum of $18.70 a month for a Sky rental package that includes Trackside and free-to-air channels.

TAB executive general manager Glenn Patrick said the organisation planned to revamp its coverage so it could show about 5000 more races, as well as magazine-style features.

Broadcasting through a single television provider would make this easier, and using Sky would save the "millions" each year it would cost the TAB to offer the service through Freeview.

"At the end of the day, this is not a money grab by the TAB," he said. "It's about giving customers what they want, which is less duplication and more race content, and making sure it's commercially viable to do so."

Punters would still be able to watch racing free online and at their local TAB, as well as listening in via the radio, he said.

Fifteen premier races would also be available on Freeview and Prime TV, including the Melbourne Cup and the New Zealand trotting and galloping cups, but not the entire race meetings.

The TAB has announced  that its racing channels Trackside and TAB TV will be moved off Freeview and will be available only on Sky Television from April 14.

That means punters will eventually have to fork out a minimum of $18.70 a month for a Sky rental package that includes Trackside and free-to-air channels.

TAB executive general manager Glenn Patrick said the organisation planned to revamp its coverage so it could show about 5000 more races, as well as magazine-style features.

Broadcasting through a single television provider would make this easier, and using Sky would save the "millions" each year it would cost the TAB to offer the service through Freeview.

"At the end of the day, this is not a money grab by the TAB," he said. "It's about giving customers what they want, which is less duplication and more race content, and making sure it's commercially viable to do so."

Punters would still be able to watch racing free online and at their local TAB, as well as listening in via the radio, he said.

Fifteen premier races would also be available on Freeview and Prime TV, including the Melbourne Cup and the New Zealand trotting and galloping cups, but not the entire race meetings.

The TAB has announced  that its racing channels Trackside and TAB TV will be moved off Freeview and will be available only on Sky Television from April 14.

That means punters will eventually have to fork out a minimum of $18.70 a month for a Sky rental package that includes Trackside and free-to-air channels.

TAB executive general manager Glenn Patrick said the organisation planned to revamp its coverage so it could show about 5000 more races, as well as magazine-style features.

Broadcasting through a single television provider would make this easier, and using Sky would save the "millions" each year it would cost the TAB to offer the service through Freeview.

"At the end of the day, this is not a money grab by the TAB," he said. "It's about giving customers what they want, which is less duplication and more race content, and making sure it's commercially viable to do so."

Punters would still be able to watch racing free online and at their local TAB, as well as listening in via the radio, he said.

Fifteen premier races would also be available on Freeview and Prime TV, including the Melbourne Cup and the New Zealand trotting and galloping cups, but not the entire race meetings.

The TAB has announced  that its racing channels Trackside and TAB TV will be moved off Freeview and will be available only on Sky Television from April 14.

That means punters will eventually have to fork out a minimum of $18.70 a month for a Sky rental package that includes Trackside and free-to-air channels.

TAB executive general manager Glenn Patrick said the organisation planned to revamp its coverage so it could show about 5000 more races, as well as magazine-style features.

Broadcasting through a single television provider would make this easier, and using Sky would save the "millions" each year it would cost the TAB to offer the service through Freeview.

"At the end of the day, this is not a money grab by the TAB," he said. "It's about giving customers what they want, which is less duplication and more race content, and making sure it's commercially viable to do so."

Punters would still be able to watch racing free online and at their local TAB, as well as listening in via the radio, he said.

Fifteen premier races would also be available on Freeview and Prime TV, including the Melbourne Cup and the New Zealand trotting and galloping cups, but not the entire race meetings.

 
Apna Tv - Monday, March 31, 2014

Apna Television, New Zealand’s First 24 Hours Indian Television will be the next Generation of Indian Entertainment in NZ Bringing you the latest in drama, 
comedy, bollywood, music & local shows.

 

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Edit AnnouncementLightbox has arrived - Monday, September 22, 2014

Sparks new streaming Tv service Lightbox has started.
It comes with a price tag of $15 per month, with a free 30-day trial period available to users unsure about the service. An account can be used on up to five devices, with two shows able to be watched on separate devices at any one time. Lightbox can connect to your TV from your iPad with Airplay connected through the Apple TV service.