Freesat Adds YouTube To Its Lineup

PaidContent.org , Monday, February 11, 2013 4 PM
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Google is partnering with the U.K. satellite-TV box Freesat to offer an HTML5 YouTube app starting in March, the companies announced Monday. Freesat, which is backed by the BBC and U.K. TV network ITV, is a set-top satellite TV box that offers 180 channels and doesn’t require a monthly subscription. YouTube will be available on the premium internet-connected version of the box, which costs £279 (USD $438.70) and offers HD recording and on-demand viewing.

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