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netflix-profiles.pngNetflix from today will begin rolling out a new Profiles feature that will allow multiple users of a single shared Netflix account get individually personalised recommendations.

Each user will get their own profile, which they'll be able to log-in to before viewing shows, allowing for individual tastes to be recorded across a household. I share an account with my girlfriend and am not quite as enamored with period dramas as she is - this feature will let me keep on getting just the right amount of sci-fi movie recommendations that I like.

"We continually innovate and are proud to deliver an even better, more personal Netflix experience," said Neil Hunt, chief product officer.

"Now everyone in your home can have their own Netflix experience, built around the TV shows and movies they enjoy. No longer will your Netflix suggestions be mixed up with those of your kids, a significant other, roommates, or house guests."

A gradual rollout, some members will begin seeing the new profiles feature roll out as soon as today, while Netflix promise all users will get the new feature within the next few weeks.

man-vs-food-top.jpgGastric bands at the ready: competitive eating show Man Vs. Food is about to hit the LoveFilm Instant TV streaming service as the Amazon company signs a new deal to offer shows from The Food Network.

Part of the Scripps Networks Interactive, The Food Network content will also come alongside shows from the Travel Channel, adding programmes like Food Nation, Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern and Restaurant: Impossible to the streaming service.

Cooking shows from British favourites Andy Bates and Reza Mahammad will also feature alongside LoveFilm Instant's catalogue of TV programming and blockbuster movies.

"We're delighted to announce this latest deal with Scripps Networks Interactive, which brings something very different and exciting to our members," said Simon Morris, Chief Marketing Officer at LoveFilm.

"There is no doubt that we are a nation of foodies, and it's great that this deal will enable us to meet increasing viewer demands for this particular type of content."

Kate Bradshaw, VP Digital UK/EMEA from Scripps Networks added: "We're pleased to be partnering with LOVEFiLM Instant to provide consumers another platform to engage with some of our best-loved shows, wherever and whenever they want. We are incredibly proud of the fantastic content that we work hard to create and we know that LOVEFiLM members will savour every episode."

LoveFilm Instant streaming, available on PC, Mac, Android, iPhone, iPad, Xbox 360, Wii, Wii U and PS3, costs £4.99 a month.

breaking-bad.jpgNetflix will be the exclusive streaming home for the second half of the fifth and final season of Breaking Bad. And best of all, UK fans of the show will have to wait just 24 hours to see the final episodes of the hit show on Netflix after they are first aired on US TV.

The final eight episodes of the series kick off on 11 August on US channel AMC, but Netflix will be offering the show on demand in the UK and Ireland almost immediately afterwards, kicking off on 12th August. Unlike traditional Netflix seasons however, where an entire season is made available to "binge" stream at once, only one episode at a time of Breaking Bad's second half of season five will be released each week, alongside the traditional broadcast slot.

"Netflix has been instrumental in making Breaking Bad the success that it is - particularly in the UK and Ireland, where it has built an audience and become a huge phenomenon," said the Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan.

"I am delighted that fans there will be able to enjoy the end of Breaking Bad on Netflix so soon after it airs in the US."

All series of Breaking Bad, up to the first half of series five, are available right now on Netflix. Just enough time to cram them all in if you haven't seen this remarkable show before.

now-tv-review-top.jpgSky's Now TV streaming service is now available to owners of Sony's PlayStation 3 console, giving access to Sky's extensive library of movies for instant streaming, regardless of whether or not the viewer is signed up for one of Sky's satellite TV packages.

Offering select blockbuster films some 12 months ahead of rivals Netflix and Lovefilm thanks to Sky's licensing clout, Now TV also offers pay-as-you-go access to Sky's live sports programming, as well as preparing to offer shows from Sky's top-notch Sky Atlantic channel.

"More and more consumers are demanding easy access to a greater choice of high-quality entertainment over internet-connected devices - and NOW TV is here to meet that demand," said Gidon Katz, Director of NOW TV, in a statement.

"Following the addition of PlayStation 3, our customers now have another way of streaming to their main TV screen, while continuing to enjoy access out and about via iPad and smartphones. At the same time as we're rolling NOW TV out to new platforms and devices, we're also preparing to increase the range and choice of great Sky content that our customers can access."

If you're not a PlayStation 3 owner, you can also access Now TV through a computer, YouView set-top box, Roku steaming kit and select smartphones.

Now TV offers a 30 day free trial period to its customers. After that, access to the streaming library costs £8.99 a month. Alternatively, sports fans can also get 24-hour access to all six Sky Sports channels live for £9.99 with the Sky Sports Day Pass through Now TV.

A surprising and unexpected launch from Netflix today, with the online TV and movie streaming company lifting the lid on Netflix Max, their new recommendation system on the PS3 version of their platform.

Designed to be more conversational and personal than a standard recommendations list, Max is a fully voiced viewing assistant that helps you pick a show to watch based on the answers you give to its questions.

There's a number of systems used to find the show or movie for you through Max, including head to head battles between two Hollywood stars for you to pick from, a movie ratings game, and choice between two massively different movie tags.

Netflix admit that it may not be for everyone (Max has a pretty "zany" voice, to say the least), and those that don't use the Max system will see it fall further down the standard Netflix UI, out of the way of the usual category views. However, if it proves a success, Netflix plan on bringing the system to more of its streaming platforms beyond the PS3 app on which it launches.

kirk-gorn-star-trek.jpgAmazon have just inked a deal to bring fresh TV shows from CBS Studios International to the LoveFilm Instant UK streaming line-up.

Among the new shows set to land on LoveFilm Instant are The Good Wife, Blue Bloods, Californication and Dexter, as well as the classic 1960s Star Trek shows alongside the more recent Star Trek Voyager series.

"We're excited to partner with Lovefilm and their terrific subscription service on an agreement that will bring their UK and German subscribers a range of CBS content that audiences around the world are very passionate about," said Amando Nuñez, president and CEO of CBS Global Distribution Group.

"This is another example of the growing licensing opportunities available for CBS' world class content in a dynamic global marketplace."

It's been a busy couple of days for the service: just last week they announced that The Walking Dead TV series would be hitting the platform in the UK exclusively, while the company have also rolling out redesigned versions of the streaming application for the Xbox 360 and Sony's Bravia TVs.

the-walking-dead-tv-banner.jpgFans of shambling, rotting, brain-munching hordes, rejoice! Amazon have just announced that The Walking Dead TV show will be headed to their LoveFilm Instant streaming service, as of today.

Kicking off with season 1 being made available right away, and following up with seasons 2 and 3 and the yet-to-be-broadcast season 4 over the next 18 months, the show is the massively popular adaptation of Robert Kirkman's equally-impressive comic book series, delving into exactly how life would be in the aftermath of a zombie infection.

"Securing the exclusive streaming rights to The Walking Dead is another exciting development for us," Chris Bird, Director of Film Strategy at LoveFilm said.

"It is seriously impressive that the show has become one of the most-watched drama series in basic US cable history, and a real testament to its quality. We are thrilled to bring this great content to our members, especially as we are the only subscription service in the country to do so."

Those hoping to catch the forthcoming season 4 of the show through LoveFilm will have to wait however: FOX International Channels remains the exclusive Pay-TV broadcaster of The Walking Dead, with season 4 premiering in the UK this autumn, hitting FOX first.

apple-tv-2012.jpgApple's "hobby" product, the Apple TV, gets a significant update today, adding HBO GO, WatchESPN Sky News, Crunchyroll and Qello to its streaming line-up.

HBO Go offers subscribers unlimited access to top shows including Game of Thrones, while WatchESPN adds access to ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN3 and ESPN Buzzer Beater/Goal Line to those who receive ESPN's networks as part of their video subscription from affiliated providers.

Sky News offers 24/7 news coverage from Rupert Murdoch's media empire, while Crunchyroll offers anime flicks and shows, with Qello providing concerts and music documentaries.

"HBO GO and WatchESPN are some of the most popular iOS apps and are sure to be huge hits on Apple TV," said Eddy Cue, Apple's senior vice president of Internet Software and Services.

"We continue to offer Apple TV users great new programming options, combined with access to all of the incredible content they can purchase from the iTunes Store."

HBO GO, Watch ESPN, SkyNews, Crunchyroll and Qello will require Apple TV software version 5.3 in order to work, available as a free software update for second and third generation Apple TV owners.

alphass.jpgAmazon have whittled down their list of 14 original TV pilots to the final five shows that will be made into full series, to be shown exclusively through Lovefilm Instant streaming.

Political comedy Alpha House (staring John Goodman) has made the cut, along with geeky comedy Betas, while kids get three new shows to look forward to: Annebots, Creative Galaxy and Tumbleaf.

"We are thrilled at the enthusiastic customer response to our first original pilots," said Roy Price, Director of Amazon Studios.

"We built Amazon Studios so that customers could help decide which stories would make the very best movies and TV shows. It's exciting to see the process in motion, doing exactly what we set out to do. The success of this first set of pilots has given us the push to try this approach with even more shows--this is just the beginning."

The move comes hot on the hells of rival Netflix's entry into the original content sphere, which has seen great success with the launch of House of Cards and a brand new series of Arrested Development, which hit the service over the weekend.

No launch date has been given for the Amazon shows yet, though it's expected that the kid's shows will be ready first.

WALL-EWallpaper1024.jpgA host of fresh Disney titles will be coming to the Netflix UK and Ireland TV and movie streaming platform, with the service announcing the acquisition of a new batch of streaming rights from the Mouse House.

As of today, movies like Pixar's Wall-E and Ratatouille will be available through Netflix alongside classic animated flicks including Dumbo and Robin Hood and live action films like The Chronicles of Narnia and Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl.

The deal also means that Netflix will get Disney blockbusters Avengers Assemble, John Carter, and The Muppets next year. The delay is down to Disney's current deal with Sky, having recently launched the Sky Movies Disney channel that gains exclusive rights to recent Disney movies six months after their initial theatrical run, with exclusivity lasting a year.

"We are delighted to be able to offer our members an incredible variety of fantastic family films, from recent hits like Marvel's Avengers Assemble to beloved classics like Mary Poppins," said Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos.

"We aim to make Netflix better all the time and hope members enjoy the rich offering of films we are making available from the Disney studios."

LOVEFiLM_Vikings_1.jpgLovefilm are bringing the fight to rival movie and TV streaming service Netflix, by securing the exclusive streaming rights for hit US TV show Vikings for their Lovefilm Instant platform.

The longboat-loving warriors will hit Lovefilm's UK and German streaming services, making all nine episodes of the show available from 24 May in the UK, 15 June in Germany. It stars Travis Fimmel and Gabriel Byrne as beardy nordic warriors.

"As the first time a TV series has arrived on Lovefilm Instant before airing on traditional broadcasting platforms, this is an incredibly exciting landmark in our history," said Chris Bird, director of film strategy at Lovefilm.

"We are serious about securing the best film and TV entertainment for our members and this demonstrates how content creators view Lovefilm as an effective broadcasting medium for their high-quality and premium entertainment."

Lovefilm Instant is available for £4.99 a month through PC, Mac, iPad, Kindle Fire tablets and games consoles including the Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360 and PS3.

lovefilm-ps3-2013-update.jpgLoveFilm have updated their PlayStation 3 LoveFilm Instant app, adding new features to the Sony console's version of the streaming service.

Headlining new features include a much-needed new user interface, allowing for easier navigation and improved search and recommendation systems. The app now also has a Watchlist feature that allows users to create playlists of shows and films on LoveFilm, letting you kick back in front of the gogglebox for hours without having to lift a finger.

Perhaps the most important new feature is HD streaming of shows and movies. Though it's only in 720p and not the full HD definition of Blu-ray discs (or the 1080p streams offered by rival Netflix) its still a fair sight prettier than the standard definition content that was previously all that was offered by the app.

"With the new and improved LOVEFiLM Instant app launching on PS3 we continue to offer our members a market-leading viewing experience," said Simon Morris, Chief Marketing Officer at LoveFilm.

"The improved search engine, user interface and other improvements make discovering new content easier than ever before, whilst the addition of popular features such as the Watchlist allow members to plan their viewing around their busy schedules."

Though hitting the PS3 first, LoveFilm promise that all the features listed in the current update will be rolling out to all other devices with the LoveFilm Instant app "in the future".

Amazon-Kindle-Fire-HD-8.9-review-05.JPGLoveFilm is experiencing a surge in popularity for classic animated TV shows from the 80s and 90s.

Cartoons like He-Man: Masters of the Universe, Inspector Gadget and the Super Mario Brothers Super Show have seen viewing figures experience streaming increases upwards of 300% during the start of 2013.

In fact, across February and January of 2013, 47% of all streamed animated content on LoveFilm originated from the 80s and 90s.

"There is always a feeling that the shows from your own childhood made up the golden age of TV, so it is fascinating to see that viewers are revisiting classic series such as He-man and The Smurfs," said Helen Cowley, editor of Lovefilm.

"It is also great to hear that parents are sharing these shows with their children, introducing a new generation to this timeless content."

So what's inspiring the boost? We'd put it down to ease of access. Services like LoveFilm make it simple to quickly tickle a fancy for nostalgia, searching the archive to pick up choice shows from users' childhoods. With tablets and smartphones as at home in children's hands as parents', it's likely that the older generation are passing knowledge of these shows on to their kids through smart devices.

And, as we all know, cartoons from the 80s and early 90s were waaaaaay better than the rubbish they put out today, so kids are lapping it up. Right?

The top ten 80s and 90s animated kids' TV titles experiencing a streaming boost are:

1. Super Mario Brothers Super Show (1989) - 385%
2. The Real Ghostbusters (1987) - 375%
3. X-Men (1992) - 100%
4. Iron Man (1994) - 100%
5. The Incredible Hulk (1982) - 100%
6. The Smurfs (1981) - 82%
7. He-man: Masters of the Universe (1983) - 76%
8. She-Ra: Princess of Power (1985) - 64%
9. Inspector Gadget (1983) - 42%
10. Extreme Ghostbusters (1997) - 33%

Thumbnail image for netflix-uk.jpgNetflix is looking to expand beyond its standard streaming package to help better cater for larger families.

Revealed at the company's quarterly earnings call, CEO Reed Hastings stated that the company are considering introducing a "Family" package that, for $12 (around £8) would allow for four simultaneous streams from one account, allowing for a whole household to watch whichever Netflix show or movie they like without arguments.

Currently, Netflix offer a single £5.99 package in the UK that allows for two simultaneous streams, while the US service still attracts 8 million customers to the through-the-post DVD service as well as the streaming offering.

36 million Netflix users streamed over 4 billions hours of film and TV in Q1 o 2013. However, Netflix own content push, House of Cards, didn't attract massive amounts of new custom. The quarter saw just 2.03 million new US members added, compared to 2.05 million users in Q4 2012, and 1 million international users compared to 1.2 million users in Q4 2012.

iplayer-stats-march-2013.jpgFor the first time ever, the BBC iPlayer TV and radio catch-up app has received more streaming requests from tablets than from smartphones.

Revealed during the BBC's monthly BBC iPlayer performance review, March 2013 saw 200,000 more requests come in tablets than from smartphones, echoing the rise in tablet adoption and the given that watching TV on a device 7-inches and above is always going to be preferable to squinting at a smartphone screen. Unless you have one of those Samsung Mega beasts anyway.

The iPlayer continues to be one of the most popular catch-up services in town, taking in 272 million streaming requests over March. 81 million requests (or 30% overall) came from mobile and tablet devices.

Top shows included the Top Gear: Africa Special and and Comic Relief 2013, while the radio adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere became one of the rare shows that wasn't a Radio 4 comedy to top the radio playback lists.

Click here for more iPlayer stats.

samsung-smart-tv-4od-announce.jpgSamsung have added Channel 4's 4oD catch-up TV service to their range of connected Smart TVs.

Available through Samsung Apps, the company's Smart TV service portal, 4oD offers thirty days worth of recently-broadcast content from the likes of Channel 4 and More 4, alongside archive content.

Shows like BrassEye and Peep Show are all available to be viewed on demand.

"We're pleased to be able to extend the availability of 4oD, our successful video on demand service, to Samsung's Smart TVs as we continue to widen the reach of Channel 4 content onto key platforms," said Sarah Milton, head of video on demand at Channel 4.

"Smart TV owners will now be able to catch up with recent popular Channel 4 programmes and access many shows from Channel 4's vast archive spanning 30 years of broadcasting - on demand via their television."

The app is available to all Samsung Smart TVs released in 2012, or newer.

The announcement follows a similar move by Sky, who also recently added 4oD to their catch-up TV offering.

now-tv-review-top.jpgSky have today announced that they will be offering their full suite of Sky Sports programming through their Now TV online streaming service, allowing sports fans to watch key fixtures without the need for a Sky sports subscription or installation of a satellite dish.

Costing £9.99 for 24 hours access to all six Sky Sports channels, it's priced a bit on the steep side (particularly considering a month's worth of Sky Sports through Sky TV's regular subscriptions costs £21), though it's a nice option if you only want to watch the odd sporting event with a few mates around once in a blue moon.

It's pretty simple to get on with too, seeing as you don't even have to sign up for the standard £15 a month Now TV movie pass that the service usually requires. Add to that the fact that Now TV works across laptop and desktop computers, iOS and Android devices and the Xbox 360 gaming console and it's quite a flexible offering. Still no PS3 app though.

Plenty of top-notch sporting events coming to Sky Sports over the next few months too, with the Now TV offering giving access to all live Premier League and Champions League football matches broadcast on Sky Sports, as well as all 19 F1 Grand Prix, all 10 Ashes Test matches, three of the four major golfing tournaments and exclusive coverage of the ATP Tennis tournament.

REVIEW: Now TV movie streaming service

4oD added to Sky's On Demand platform

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sky-4od-top.jpgSky have announced the arrival of Channel 4's 4oD service as part of Sky TV's On Demand hub.

Landing on Monday, Sky subscribers with their boxes hooked up to the internet will be able at access on demand content from Channel 4 and More 4, with E4 and Film 4 content set to launch a little later.

As well as recently televised shows, the 4oD service also offers top-notch archival content, including great comedy shows like Peep Show, Brass Eye and The Inbetweeners.

"The way people enjoy TV is changing as customers embrace technology to take control over their viewing. We know customers have busier lives than ever, which is why we've created the most comprehensive catch-up service in the UK," said Luke Bradley-Jones, Sky's Director of TV Products.

"Offering great TV from Channel 4 on demand on Sky+ and on Sky Go at no extra charge is all part of our continued commitment to offer our customers the best combination of content and innovation."

Sarah Rose, Channel 4's Director of Commercial & Business Development, added:

"The launch of our successful VOD service, 4oD, on the Sky on demand and Sky Go platforms this month will extend the reach of our content to enable even more viewers to enjoy our wide range of programmes. And through the recent arrival of More4 HD and much anticipated launch of Film4 HD in September, we're delighted to complete the roll out of our HD portfolio."

The the free app should go live on Monday, so check back in your Sky On Demand portal then to view the new content.

hunger-games-top.jpgPopular "children-fight-to-the-death" flick The Hunger Games will be heading to UK Netflix on March 3rd as a streaming exclusive, the company has today revealed.

Starring Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence, it's a surprisingly good teen-orientated sci-fi movie that sees children wrestled from their families to become participants on a deadly reality TV show.

Interestingly, the film's March 3rd availability in the UK and Ireland is a rare occasion when a film hits our territories ahead of the US: American Netflix subscribers will get The Hunger Games a few weeks after the UK release.

"We are thrilled to be the exclusive online home for The Hunger Games in the UK and Ireland," said Ted Sarandos, Netflix Chief Content Officer.

"Since launching in the UK and Ireland in January 2012, we have continued to expand our offering of great movies and TV programmes, and we think our members are going to love the latest addition to the service."

Netflix are really bringing the fight to streaming rivals LoveFilm Instant this year. As well as The Hunger Games, Netflix is the only place where you'll be able to find the critically acclaimed House of Cards series, as well as the forthcoming return of Arrested Development.

LIVING WITH: YouView with BT Vision

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youview-write.jpgreview-line.JPGLiving With is a new feature at Tech Digest where we re-visit big product launches a few months down the line to see how they've shaped up in the long run. Be it new services added to connected devices, hardware reliability problems or software quirks that have only reared their heads over time, Living With will be an open forum for our readers to share their thoughts too. Feel free to add your observations in the comments section below.

review-line.JPGAfter a series of delays held back the service many years until a final unveiling towards the end of 2012, YouView has gone on to become one of the fastest-growing TV viewing services in the UK, landing in over 230,000 living rooms by February of this year.

Tech Digest's own Chris Price reviewed the service back in August saying that while YouView did some interesting things with catch-up TV services, it ultimately has "a few big mistakes" making YouView boxes "less intuitive than they should be." Having lived with the box as part of a BT broadband package for the past few months, it felt like time to revisit YouView. Has its intriguing interface become easier to navigate over time, and have the service's few other problems been ironed out?

For the uninitiated, the YouView service combines both on-demand and catch-up content through a constant web connection with standard Freeview HD live programming, rivalling the likes of Sky subscription packages. Our BT package pumped YouView through a Humax DTR-1000 set-top box, which also offers 500GB of built-in storage space for TV recordings, as well as dual-tuners for recording two channels and watching a third at the same time (providing the third is on the same multiplex - the groupings that Freeview content is broadcast in).DSCF9379.JPGThe YouView box does a few really interesting things when it comes to catch-up TV, fully integrating online TV services such as BBC iPlayer, Channel 4's 4oD, ITV Player and 5 on Demand directly into the EPG. Not only can you set shows to record seven days in advance, you can also rewind seven days too within the TV guide, hitting long-past shows and have them play through their respective catch-up services instantly. It's a great feature, one sorely missing from Sky boxes and one I've really come to rely on when watching TV. Though it's frustrating that some content seems to be inexplicably missing from the catch-up services, it's totally changed the way I watch TV; I've watched hardly any live TV as a result of the catch-up integration, and don't sweat half as much when I realise I've forgotten to set up a recording.

Though initially jarring, the way that on-demand and catch-up services is integrated throughout the YouView experience soon becomes second nature. You can use the universal search feature to find content anywhere within YouView and it'll redirect you to the appropriate source without having to faff about in app menus, while on-demand and catch-up content is split into easily browseable categories. One of our main gripes here however has yet to be fixed - I find it very frustrating not being able to filter out free content from those requiring a payment, such as shows or movies from the Now TV or BT Vision box office services. Of course the intention is to get you to cough up cash, but I'd rather have the option to simply ignore premium content altogether rather than having lengthy search lists to scroll through.DSCF9377.JPGSearch could be improved too, as it's not all that intuitive inputting letters using the YouView remote's number keys. YouView have made the first steps towards addressing this through the introduction of an iOS app. While its functionality is currently limited to setting TV recordings remotely while on the go away from the set-top box (itself a great, forward thinking feature that combats similar options from Sky), it shouldn't be too much of a stretch to add a software keyboard here too in the future. It's a feature that could make navigating the box a significantly improved experience, and we hope that Android devices get similar app attention in the future too.

Though I'm still perplexed at the omission of a Wi-Fi connection (the Humax DTR-1000 requires you constantly be connected to the internet over an Ethernet connection), it's a decision that's made more sense the longer I've used the YouView box. Paired with a BT Infinity connection, the wired connection has mean't I've never once suffered the effects of buffering or connection drop out, and considering most of the TV viewing I've done through the box has turned out to be via online services, that's a more sensible choice than first assumed. Regardless, and despite the fact BT offer powerline homeplug units for those whose TV is not near their router, an optional wireless dongle should be top of the YouView to-do list.DSCF9376.JPGLastly, we're still waiting on more of the 300 content providers who were said to be interested in getting on YouView to land on the service. When YouView was first touted as Project Canvas in 2008, getting the likes of iPlayer and ITV Player alongside live TV content sounded like a revolutionary idea. To an extent it still is, but with the advent of Smart TV, that excitement has diminished slightly, and YouView is lagging behind in terms of online TV and movie providers. Where's LoveFilm Instant and Netflix? They're on every tablet and connected TV set, and sorely missing here. Bringing universal search across Netlfix and LoveFilm Instant through the YouView box to those who subscribe to both on-demand services would be the sort of killer feature that'd really turn heads, though simply having them on YouView in any form would be a good start.

Despite my concerns, I find myself at a loggerheads with Chris's initial dismissive verdict. Through its implementation of online services, YouView is a true rival to Sky's living room dominance in my opinion, and one of the more advanced (as well as speedy) PVRs on the market. It has its quirks, but it's a comprehensive TV viewing experience, one that I expect will see its kinks ironed out before long.

For more on YouView from BT, including pricing and broadband deals, click here.

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