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How does Freeview meet the challenge of staying relevant? In a nutshell, this is Freeview as everyone knows and loves – free-to-air digital terrestrial TV and radio – reimagined for the VOD generation by offering a backwards/scrollback EPG that integrates network-delivered catchup content from the major players – BBC, ITV, C4 and Five.
Hitting the right arrow key brings up a scrollable window of current and future programming on whatever channel you're watching.Panasonic TVs are also available which integrate Freeview Play. It comes in 500GB (£200, tested here) and 1TB (£230) flavours, and in two different casings with a faux-leather top, dubbed ' Mocha' and ' Chocolate' (pictured), which basically equates to light or dark brown. Size-wise it's usefully compact at 28cm wide and 20cm deep.Connections run to Ethernet and Wi-Fi (necessary for the catch-up aspect), HDMI, composite AV, optical audio output, USB input and RF in/out.Keeping up with modern TV platforms is getting a little tricky.Where once the choice was relatively simple – free-to-air, satellite or cable – there's now a diverse market to consider, with the likes of EE TV, You View and Freesat Freetime muscling in.