Australian FreeviewPlus launch nears

FreeviewPlus will be launched in Australia on Tuesday, September 2.

FreeviewPlus will deliver the most advanced, user-friendly free-to-air EPG experience, with Catch Up services accessed from one place. The service uses hybrid TV technology, which combines broadband and broadcast TV. The technology will also enable the free-to-air networks to introduce a range of new broadband services.

“FreeviewPlus is all about giving Australians the best FTA TV experience, allowing viewers to find and watch their favourite shows when they want to watch them on their TV with the simple press of a button,” says Liz Ross, General Manager of Freeview.

To anticipate the launch, Freeview has announced a TV teaser campaign, featuring some of Australia’s best-loved TV personalities.

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