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Streaming service Salesforce+ announced - award winning live and on-demand content
Salesforce announces Salesforce+, an all-new streaming service providing live and on-demand content for every role, industry and line of business.
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TV on Demand
Hands-on review: Vodafone TV - the best way to stream channels in 2019
Vodafone TV is designed to fit the needs of the New Zealand market and to provide effortless entertainment for all Kiwis. Is it a good enough solution? This is what I wanted to find out.
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Shows on the go: By 2020 TV as we know it may not exist
50% of all TV and video viewing will take place on mobile screens like tablets...
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US TV broadcasters now want to help you binge watch your favourite shows
At gatherings last month, US broadcasters were demanding the ability to make all episodes of any new TV series they pick up available on demand.
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Quickflix: Why it's really worth it
Quickflix, New Zealand’s original online movie and TV streaming service, is offering all movie and TV buffs a one month free trial along with a bonus.
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TVNZ OnDemand to unveil brand new look
TVNZ OnDemand has today announced it will be launching a new interface in February, aiming to optimise Kiwis’ viewing experiences
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Kiwi youth indulging in illegal downloads
Almost half of those surveyed admit to unauthorised streaming of TV programmes and almost a third indulge in unauthorised downloading of movies.
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NetGuide Web Awards
TVNZ OnDemand to attract family audience following web awards sweep
The channel was crowned Best Entertainment site for the second year running, as well as Best Site for Families, something the company says proves TVNZ OnDemand is very much the people’s choice.
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National government hindering progress in television captioning, says Green Party
On average only 25 percent of New Zealand television is captioned compared to 85 percent in Australia and 99 percent in the United Kingdom and United States of America.