Foxtel will air all home and away games from the English Premier League's six biggest clubs, nabbing half the EPL season and catching Optus offside in the process.
With season five of "Game of Thrones" launching today, Foxtel has released native apps for its Foxtel Play IPTV service on the Xbox One and selected Sony smart TVs.
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The new IPTV offering from Foxtel has landed on PC, Mac, Samsung connected TVs and Xbox 360.
The subscription IPTV service from Foxtel is making the jump to Xbox One after a very popular showing on the Xbox 360.
The software giant says the sale -- for slightly less than $200 million, according to a person familiar with the deal -- will allow it to focus its TV efforts on Xbox, which will be updated this year.
Foxtel's IPTV app is now on the PlayStation 4, just one month after it arrived on the PS3.
Foxtel's IPTV service adds the Sony PlayStation 3 to its list of devices with the PS4 following soon after.
Foxtel Play, the box-free IPTV service from Foxtel, is now available as an app on selected models of LG's current smart TV range.
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