[mythtv-users] UK Freeview’s final decade? A timeline of events

Calvin Dodge caldodge at gmail.com
Thu Jan 11 16:31:01 UTC 2024


To me the trend is fascinating, given that Netflix is the only _profitable_
company providing streaming services.  IIRC all the other streaming
services are losing money (which Disney+ having lost billions of dollars).

Calvin

On Thu, Jan 11, 2024 at 8:57 AM Paul Harrison <mythtv at mythqml.net> wrote:

> An interesting article for anyone in the UK about the future of Freeview :-
> https://rxtvinfo.com/2024/timeline-of-c ... ellite-tv/
> <https://rxtvinfo.com/2024/timeline-of-changes-to-freeview-and-satellite-tv/>
>
> Also some early information about Freely the service starting later this
> year that is supposed to replace Freeview and Freesat :-
> https://rxtvinfo.com/2024/all-in-one-tv ... will-work/
> <https://rxtvinfo.com/2024/all-in-one-tv-how-freeview-replacement-freely-will-work/>
>
> The confusing thing for me is this is obviously about the future of linear
> TV but it's been hard not to notice all the TV stations are pushing their
> own on demand services like crazy at the moment "Watch live tonight at 9 or
> any time for free on our on demand service". So what do they really want us
> to use Freely or their OD services? It would be nice if Freely could
> support both linear and OD TV in an all in one convenient app so we don't
> have to install and subscribe to many different services for OD but I
> suspect that's unlikely to happen [image: :(]
>
>
> Paul H.
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