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Freeview offers catch up hotline for viewers

Friday 27 May 2016 | 10:44 CET | News
UK TV service Freeview has launched the new Freeview Catch Up Hotline for viewers to chat about what they are watching. Research by the company found that the average Brit spends 8.8 years over the course of a lifetime watching their favourite shows. Also, the average Brit has at least five series that they're watching at any given time, with most (86%) using catch up services to watch shows at a time that best suits them. For viewers who chose not watch their shows live and miss out on talking about them with friends and family, they can do so by calling the hotline on 08001337562. The

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Companies: Freeview
Countries: United Kingdom
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