Monthly Archives: May 2012

LG 47G2 & 55G2 Google TV Models Get US Launch This Month

LG Electronics has revealed this week that it is planning to release an internet-enabled TV (IETV) based on the Google platform in the United States. The launch is scheduled for week commencing 21st May, with a senior executive from the South Korean consumer electronics manufacturer confirming that the company hopes to secure a larger share of the fast-growing connected television ... Read More »

Sky Prepares For NOW TV Launch With Acetrax Acquisition

Media entertainment giant British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB) is going full steam ahead with the rollout of NOW TV, its new subscription-free online television service that is designed to bring Sky content to an even greater number of viewers. Announced earlier this year by the company, NOW TV is on schedule for launch in the first half of this year, which ... Read More »

Sky Becomes UK’s Leading TV, Phone & Broadband Provider

British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB) this week announced that it has become the nation’s favourite provider for broadband, home phones and digital TV, after a record-breaking quarter which has seen the company’s “triple play” customer base grow to more than 3.2 million homes in the UK. The benefit of simplicity, quality of service and value for money associated with its home ... Read More »

26% Of Brits Say Majority Of TV Watched Is On Demand

The latest research on Smart TVs and their usage has found that 1 out of every 4 viewers in the UK watch most of their television using on-demand services rather than when the programmes are actually on. The revelation that 26 percent of viewers in Britain – or around one in four – preferred using on-demand video services like YouTube ... Read More »