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Foxtel Responds To TiVo In Australia

Well, it seems that Foxtel just may be worried about competition from TiVo in Australia. First their chief exec tried flinging FUD, and now they’re offering discounts. While TiVo is sold for a flat AUD$699 with no subscription fees, Foxtel … Continue reading

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Foxtel Chief Exec Takes A Swipe At TiVo

Foxtel is TiVo’s primary competitor in Australia. While TiVo is sold by Seven Network and is a ‘free to air’ DVR used with broadcast TV, with no subscription fees, Foxtel’s iQ/iQ2 DVRs are used with Foxtel’s pay TV service. It … Continue reading

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TiVo Australia Revs Up Home Media Engine

The good news is it sounds like TiVo is finally embracing HME and encouraging developers, the bad news is this is TiVo Australia. As regular readers are likely aware, I’ve repeatedly expressed frustration with the way TiVo has handled HME … Continue reading

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TiVo Soars With Qantas

Seven Network, through Hybrid Television Services, has found another way to get TiVo to consumers in Australia – the Qantas Frequent Flyer program. Members of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program may now redeem their points to acquire a TiVo, or … Continue reading

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Australian TiVo Sales On Target Says Seven Network

Seven Network has release the first sales figures for TiVo in Australia, and since they went on sale in July about 12,000 units have been sold, according to the Australian Financial Review. Seven is also believed to be negotiating further … Continue reading

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