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BritBox Boss: “How On Earth Can We Rival Netflix?”

BritBox, the new streaming service from ITV and the BBC is already with us – and while no numbers were released that reveal how many people subscribed to the free trial, ITV chief is now saying the service has no intention to compete with Netflix: “It is impossible to rival that. In the UK we

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First Look: Roku TV Is Coming To The UK With A Hisense Model

Five years after a successful launch in the US, Roku TV is finally crossing the pond: a new Hisense Roku TV will be available from next week in the UK. The smart TV, which will be available in four different sizes, will have the Roku OS built-in, with apps for all the major streaming services

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Huge Discount On Roku Streaming Stick+ 4K In Pre-Black Friday Sale

Black Friday is almost upon us, but some great deals are already here. The Roku Streaming Stick+ 4K (see our review) is discounted heavily today on three different online stores – and you can save £20-£30 on one of the most popular streaming sticks out there.  Buy The Roku Stick+ Roku’s streaming devices are very popular

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BritBox Launches Beta Version: Here’s How To Get It For Free

BritBox, the joint streaming service from ITV and the BBC is finally here… sort of – and you can even get it for free, with a 30-days trial. Update: You can read my full BritBox review here Mind you, this isn’t the “official” launch yet, as the service is still in beta – so it

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Culture Secretary: BBC Might Become Subscription-Based Like Netflix

With the BBC battling it out with American streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video (and losing on some fronts), some question the need for the mandatory TV Licence fee. In a surprising statement, Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan says she is open to the idea of turning the BBC into an optional subscription based service

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