Despite our initial hopes, this doesn't mean that the free Hulu or subscription Hulu Plus online TV services will be unblocked in Australia anytime soon.
According to Nine, the network will broadcast over 300 hours of Olympics coverage from London during the two-week event, beginning with the opening ceremony at 6am (AEST) on 28 July and finishing with the closing ceremony on 13 August. Live…
This is one of the last major hurdles to the long courtship between the two pay-TV operators. After the ACCC's initial go ahead has been given, the details of the merger will enter a phase of industry consultation before final approval is given.
Two channels are being added today: Cartoon Network and ESPN2. Cartoon Network is part of the basic AU$19.50 per month subscription package that everyone using the service must have. ESPN2 is part of the sport package that adds AU$10 to every monthly bill.
Subscribers to Quickflix's internet movie- and TV-streaming service can shortly enjoy the thrill of the network's series, mini-series, documentaries, films, and stand-up comedy hurtling down the internet to their TVs, PS3s and PCs.
The 200,000 T-Box subscribers will be allowed to stream the premiere episode of the series, starring Claire Danes and Damian Lewis, for free, and in advance of its first showing on Ten. How far in advance T-Box viewers will…
From November 2011, Foxtel is adding four new replacement channels for its digital music service: So Fresh, Divas, Kids Zone and Fasterlouder.
As mobile rights holder, Optus will be using FIFA's dedicated mobile stream of matches.
Dubbed the Green Car Challenge, the concept is based on Top Gear's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car segment, where a celeb, after a few professional pointers and practice laps, does a timed lap around a test track, with the…
Come 30 September, Austext's teletext weather, lottery, finance and news pages will shuffle quietly off into the ether.
While it is much improved, it still lacks that certain spark that will transform it from a pool of amino acid into a bubbling cauldron of life.
Yesterday, Sony Computer Entertainment Australia revealed its new VidZone service, which will allow PS3 users to stream music videos to their TVs for free.