On Demand and Catch Up TV in Spain

 

On Demand and Catch Up TV in Spain

The main UK TV broadcasters all offer “on Demand, Catch up and Video on Demand” services. They allow you to watch programmes that have been shown on their channels that you may have missed. For example most BBC programmes are available on BBC iPlayer usually within the hour of being shown on TV, and is available for about 2 to three weeks afterwards.

Some On Demand and Catch Up TV services do require user registration to use.

 

 

BBC iPlayer in Spain.

On Demand and Catch Up TV in Spain BBC Iplayer

BBC iPlayer, commonly shortened to iPlayer, is a service that lets you catch up with radio and television. The BBC iPlayer is an online video on demand service.

The BBC iPlayer service offers a variety of programmes from BBC1, BBC2, BBC3, BBC4 CBBC and CBeebies. Some programmes, imports and movies are not currently available due to rights issues.

Broadcasting rights agreements mean that BBC iPlayer television programmes are only available to users to download or stream (Click to Play) in the UK. Most radio programmes are available outside the UK in addition to podcasts, although sporting and other programmes may be subject to rights agreements.

Click here for more information on BBC iPlayer in Spain.

 

On Demand and Catch Up TV in Spain ITV Hub

ITV Hub in Spain.

ITV Hub (ITV Player) is a service that lets you catch up with ITV television programmes from the past week. ITV Hub (ITV Player) is an online video on demand service.

The service offers a variety of programmes from home-grown programming to imports across ITV1, ITV2, ITV3, ITV4 and CITV. Some programmes, imports and movies are not currently available due to rights issues.

The service was originally called ITV Catch Up but was then rebranded as ITV Player on 5 December 2008 as part of ITV’s aim to create a recognisable and consistent brand for video-on-demand content across the web and TV. In 20015 ITV Player was rebranded as ITV Hub

Click here for more information on ITV Hub in Spain.

 

On Demand and Catch Up TV in Spain All4

4OD in Spain. 4 On Demand in Spain.

All4, previously known as 4 on Demand, is a video on demand service from Channel Four Television Corporation. Launched in November 2006, 4oD stands for “4 on Demand”.

The service offers a variety of programmes from home-grown programming to imports across Channel 4, E4, More4 or from their archives. Some programmes, imports and movies are not currently available due to rights issues.

Click here for more information on All4 On Demand in Spain.

 

On Demand and Catch Up TV in Spain Demand Five

Demand Five in Spain.

Demand Five is a video on demand service from Channel 5 in the United Kingdom. The service, which was previously known as ‘Five Download’, went live on 26 June 2008.

The service offers a variety of programmes from home-grown programming to imports across Channel Five, Five* and Five USA. Some programmes, imports and movies are not currently available due to rights issues.

Click here for more information on Demand Five in Spain.

 

On Demand and Catch Up TV in Spain On Demand

Sky On Demand / Sky Anytime+ in Spain.

On 26 October 2010 BSkyB launched Sky Anytime+. In September 2012, Anytime+ was rebranded as On Demand, along with the addition of a Catch-up TV section in the guide. Sky On Demand is a service that lets you catch up with television programmes from the large range of Sky channels.

The Sky Anytime+ / On Demand service differs from the original Sky Anytime service, as is allows the user to select programmes they wanted to watch from a vast library, rather than a selection as offered by the Anytime service.

Sky Anytime+ / On Demand relies on a Sky+HD digiboxes connection to a broadband / ADSL line. This connection is used to download the selected programme.

Sky Anytime+ / On Demand content is available to play almost immediately, with little of no buffering. Other content requires time to download before running entirely without buffering.

Click here for more information on Sky On Demand in Spain.

 

Accessing the On Demand and Catch Up TV in Spain – Use a UK TV Router for UK TV 

The UK TV Catch-up iPlayer services are indented for use in the UK only. Access to On Demand and Catch Up TV in Spain from other countries will be blocked. This blocking is “policed” by checking your internet IP address. Spanish IP addresses will be blocked from connecting to these On Demand and Catch Up TV in Spain.

The only way to connect to these UK TV Catch-up iPlayer services on a Sky Digibox or Freesat set top box in Spain, is by using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) service that allows you to connect to the internet using a UK internet server.

On Demand and Catch Up TV in Spain VPN
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