The Freesat+ HD with free time will hit the shelves of major retailers up and down the land on 17 October, priced at £279.
The BBC will be showing 24 live streams during the Olympics, with Sky and Freesat adding the streams as new channels.
The free satellite TV service will be adding Channel 4's excellent HD service in April, while Freeview HD is now watched in over 600,000 homes.
Despite its name suggesting it might be in the market for providing no-cost entertainment, it seems freesat might be trying to launch a premium service too
The previous World Cup result evidently wasn't definitive, so it'll soon be time to find out once again which country has the best football team. But which is the best service for watching the action in HD?
If you want iPlayer on your TV using wireless, you can use a laptop or get the £150 TechniSat HDFS receiver, which can access the service without the hassle of extra cabling
Everyone's favourite Auntie has announced that the trial of the catch-up iPlayer service on freesat has been extended to lucky devils with a Humax-branded freesat HD or freesat+ set-top box
It's not much of a secret that iPlayer was going to turn up on freesat at some point. The good news is, we now know there will be a beta program run at the end of November
Fresh from the ovens of IFA, Sony has served up two new Bravia tellies that come with built-in freesat receivers. Behold the W5810 and Z5800!
Sagem and Goodmans have both announced new freesat PVRs to drop later this year, hopefully taking advantage of BBC iPlayer's rumoured arrival on the format