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BBC iPlayer users 'should pay licence fee'
BBC viewers who avoid paying the annual licence fee by only watching television via the iPlayer may not get away with it for much longer. Acting BBC Trust chairwoman Diane Coyle said the BBC will propose that those using just…
Netflix founder Reed Hastings joins billionaire club
It seems that, for some, there is still a bit of money to be made on the internet. Forbes has announced that Netflix founder Reed Hastings is the latest business mogul to join the growing ranks of the world's billionaires….
YouView catch-up TV service to finally land in July
After an almost never-ending series of delays that have seen the service slip from an original 2010 release date, the IPTV catch up service YouView will now finally launch in July. The set-top box will cost £299 from John Lewis,…
Freeview video-on-demand service YouView delayed until 2012
The consumer launch of BBC-backed video-on-demand service YouView has been delayed until 2012, due to technical issues. BBC, and backers BT, ITV, TalkTalk, Channel 4, Channel Five and Arqiva had hoped to launch the service, formerly known as Project…
Sony Bravia range with built-in Freeview HD out this week
This week sees the launch of a new range of Sony Bravia HD TVs, the UK's first to feature an integrated Freeview HD tuner. Rather than having to shell out for a HD compatible set-top box, these HX, NX and…