Research by Freesat has found that Sports channel subscribers are wasting hundreds of pounds a year on costly TV packages that they are not making full use of.
UKTV has launched three channels on Freesat, marking the next step in its platform growth strategy. Yesterday, Drama and Really are now available to users of the subscription-free satellite TV service.
New data has ranked the top 1,000 individual broadcasts in the last year based on the number of Sky TV customers who tuned in to watch them with 77 out of the 78 programmes that made up the list aired on free-to-view channels. The only pay TV show to make the rankings was Game of Thrones.
Sunday’s Downton Abby farewell is to leave some viewers feeling like they’ve broken up with a loved one research shows. The show, which first aired in 2010, has seen phenomenal success over the past five years, but now its coming to its full stop.
Movies4Men is set to make the move to UK Freeview channel 48 from today.
Freesat, the subscription-free satellite TV service, announced today the channels and programmes that have been shortlisted for the Freesat Awards 2013. Now in its fifth year, the Freesat Awards showcase and celebrate the TV that Britain loves.
Ofcom have stated that they might review and change current code on where channels can be placed.