The following info was posted on the other forum by Satdude, as both items are ref Streaming I have posted them together:

Humax Freesat HD with freetime box

Freesat, the subscription-free satellite TV service, has launched its new Freesat HD with freetime box, further bolstering the products available with freetime built in. The freetime box is manufactured by Humax and will be available to buy immediately from UK high streets for around 99.

The new Freesat HD with freetime box allows viewers to tune into over 180 free digital TV and radio channels, six of which are available to watch in HD, with more to come in the New Year. As part of the freetime family of products, the new box offers the full set of the UK’s top On-Demand players – BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4oD, Demand 5 and YouTube. The new compact box provides all the key benefits of freetime to viewers wanting to choose a stylish, value option or those looking to add freetime to a second or third room in their home. Freetime products that also offer intelligent record ability are already available in-store and online.

“The new Freesat HD with freetime box is a natural extension of our award winning TV service, and it’s great to build on the popularity of the service, “said Matthew Huntington, Freesat’s Chief Technology Officer. “It’s a product we’re really proud of, offering the popular benefits of freetime such as Catch-Up and On-Demand TV, including BBC iPlayer, 4oD and YouTube, via a slick TV Guide which rolls back in time and also gives recommendations on what to watch.”
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TVCatchup now has catch-up

Live TV-streaming service TVCatchup has introduced a catch-up service, for the UK’s four major TV broadcasters. Despite its name, TVCatchup previously only offered live TV streams after a legal challenge from UK broadcasters suspended its streaming-TV recording service.

It has now added content listings for previously broadcast shows on the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel Five, and directs viewers to broadcasters’ own on-demand services to watch shows.