Australia's pay TV provider has announced a major restructure of its consumer offering, dropping entry-level prices and adding new channels. Here's everything you need to know...
Presto, Foxtel's video-on-demand service for movies, is now compatible with the Google Chromecast device and select Android tablets.
The subscription IPTV service from Foxtel is making the jump to Xbox One after a very popular showing on the Xbox 360.
Foxtel and Choice have locked horns over content pricing, with Choice arguing that consumers should not have to "pay a premium" for top shows as Foxtel accuses it of being "disingenuous".
Foxtel has taken the wraps off new service Presto, allowing you unlimited movie streams from certain channels for a monthly subscription.
Two of Australia's major content providers have defended their delivery models following claims from iiNet that Australians pirate content because there are few viable alternatives.
Xbox 360 users will no longer require an Xbox Live Gold membership to access pay TV on their console as Microsoft opens the door for Foxtel Play.
Telstra has announced the launch of new phone, broadband, and entertainment bundles, tweaking its offering with increased data limits and the addition of the Foxtel Go app to some bundles.
Foxtel's IPTV app is now on the PlayStation 4, just one month after it arrived on the PS3.
Responding to record-levels of piracy, Foxtel's director of corporate affairs has said that "at least the Lannisters pay their debts".