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What is IPTV?
From a TV watcher's point of view, IPTV is very simple: instead of receiving TV programs as broadcast signals that enter your home
from a rooftop antenna, satellite dish, or fiber-optic cable, you get them streamed (downloaded and played almost simultaneously)
through your Internet connection. Not the kind of connection you have today, which can probably handle only 1–10 Mbps
(million bits per second—roughly the amount of information in an average novel entering your computer every second!), but a
broadband line with about 10 times higher bandwidth (information carrying capacity) of maybe 10–100Mbps.
You watch the program either on your computer or with a set-top box (a kind of adapter that fits between your Internet connection
and your existing television receiver, decoding incoming signals so your TV can display Internet programs).
From the viewpoint of a broadcaster or telephone company, IPTV is somewhat more complex. You need a sophisticated storage
system for all the videos you want to make available and a web-style interface that allows people to select the programs they want.
Once a viewer has selected a program, you need to be able to encode the video file in a suitable format for streaming, encrypt it
(encoding it so only people who've paid can decode and receive it), embed advertisements (especially if the program is free), and
stream it across the Internet to anything from one person to (potentially) thousands or millions of people at a time.
Furthermore, you have to figure out how to do this to provide a consistently high-quality picture (especially if you're delivering
advertising with your programming—because that's what your paying advertisers will certainly expect).
Three types of IPTV
IPTV comes in three different flavors. The first kind—and the one you're probably using already—is called video on demand (VOD).
With a service such as Netflix (an online movie website), you select a TV program or movie you want to watch from a
wide range, pay your money, and watch it there and then.
A different kind of IPTV is being offered by some of the world's more enterprising TV broadcasters.
In the UK, the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) makes its last week's programs available online using a web-based
streaming video player called the BBC iPlayer.
This kind of service is sometimes called time-shifted IPTV, because you're watching ordinary, scheduled broadcasts at a
time that's convenient for you.
The third kind of IPTV involves broadcasting live TV programs across the Internet as they're being watched—so it's live IPTV or IP
simulcasting. All three forms of IPTV can work either using your computer and an ordinary web browser or
(for much better quality) a set-top box and an ordinary digital TV.
All three can be delivered either over the public Internet or through a managed, private network that works in essentially
the same way (for example, from your telephone and Internet service provider to your home entirely through the provider's
Personalized interactive TV
Traditional TV broadcasting means one-way, one-to-many delivery of information, but combining television and video pictures
with the Internet opens up the possibility of a much more interactive experience where information flows in both directions.
We're already used to TV talent shows where people phone in to vote for their favorite acts, but in a future where TV programs are
delivered online, we can expect far greater involvement in the programs we watch.
Instead of TV presenters talking to a live audience of a few hundred people in a studio, they'll be talking to a live audience of
thousands or millions of viewers who can send instant feedback.
We'll be able to ask questions and have the presenter answer them minutes later!
Or maybe we'll vote on how we want TV soaps to play out, with multiple endings filmed in advance and different ones
screened to different viewers!
If you've used VOD services, you might have noticed that some of them are already delivering interactive advertising: since you're
essentially just viewing a video in an ordinary web page, you can click on an advertisement to go to a website and find out more.
Given the trend toward highly targetted, online behavioral advertising, advertisers will use IPTV to deliver advertisements that are
much more relevant to the individuals who watch them.
That's going to prove more effective and attractive for them than the catch-all, generic ads they screen today on today's
broadcast TV channels, not least because may people record programs for later viewing and fast-forward over the ads
(something you can't do with IPTV).
It's very likely you'll even be able to choose the advertisements you want to watch ("Only show me ads about fashion/sport").
Welcome to the hottest IPTV service with UK TV
channels for ex-pats worldwide.
WE also offer full Sports Service inc No Logo Service
Whether you are in Austria or Australia, Italy or India, Spain or Singapore we can provide you with your
favourite UK TV channels via IPTV. We offer the simplest, most reliable, highest quality system for viewing
UK & Irish TV channels abroad. Our Magbox or App can be setup in under 2mins by anyone. You don’t need
a satellite dish or Antenna for our unique system which takes advantage of the very latest internet
broadcast technologies available. As the internet increases in capacity IPTV is very quickly becoming the
No.1 mode of TV reception with the added advantage of being totally global in coverage. The only
requirements are a reliable internet service of 3mb or over. Our set top boxes are future proof and already
carry HD TV IN 720P, 1080I and 1080p programming. They can also update automatically thus ensuring you
always have the very latest technology available. We recognise everyone is different and provide different
packages for customers varying preferences. From Entertainment channels, Sports channels, special
interests and our massive HD Video On Demand “MOVIE CLUB “. We offer all the major UK TV and radio
channels plus a fantastic range of the worlds best sports channels like beIN sports, Sportdigital, Sky Italia,
Setanta Ireland, OSN Sports, TSN, Sportsnet and NBC Sports ,NBSCN extra time.
Quality IPTV delivery and reception.
There are many IPTV providers in the market now some good and well some pretty bad ! WE can offer a
choice of Servers from around the World to ensure your service will work to its best
The Channels Available
5 Star 5 USA A and E ABC Alibi AMC AMC HD
BBC Four BBC One BBC One HQ BBC Two BBC Two HQ Bravo
CBBC CBS CBS Action CBS HD CBS Reality Channel 4 Channel 4 HQ Channel 5 Channel TV
Comedy Central GB Comedy Central HD Comedy Central US
E! entertainment E4 Eden
Fox GB Fox US
HBO Comedy HD Home
ITV 1 ITV 1 HQ ITV 2 ITV 3 ITV 4 ITV Be
NBC NBC HD
Really RTE 1 RTE 2
Sky 1 Sky 2 Sky Atlantic Syfy
At The Races Australia Plus
Box Nation British Eurosport British Eurosport 2 BT Sport 1 BT Sport 2 BT Sport 3
CBS Sports Network
Eir Sport 1 ESPN 2 ESPN GB ESPN News ESPN U ESPN US
Fox Sports 1 Fox Sports 2
NBA TV NBC Sports Network NFL Network NHL Network
Sky Sports 1 Sky Sports 2 Sky Sports 3 Sky Sports 4 Sky Sports 5 Sky Sports F1 Sky Sports News
Skynet Sports Skynet Sports 1 Skynet Sports 2 Skynet Sports 3 Skynet Sports 4 Skynet Sports 5
Skynet Sports 6 Sports Net 360 Sports Net One Sports Net Ontario Sports Net World
Tennis Channel TSN 1 TSN 2 TSN 3 TSN 4 TSN 5
MTV Classic VH1 Viva
ActionMAX ActionMAX HD
CBS Drama Cinemax Cinemax 5 Star Cinemax 5 Star HD Cinemax HD Cinemax Moremax Cinemax
Moremax HD Drama Film 4
HBO Comedy HBO East HBO East HD HBO Signature HBO Signature HD HBO Zone HBO Zone HD
Sky Action Sky Comedy Sky CrimeSky Drama Sky Family Sky Modern Greats Sky Premiere
Sky Sci-Fi and Horror Sky Select Sky Showcase
Starz Cinema Starz Cinema HD Starz Edge Starz Encore Starz Encore HD
Al Jazeera English BBC NewsCNBC CNN GB CNN HD CNN US Euronews Sky News
Cartoon Network Cartoon Network HD CBeebies Disney Junior GB Nick Jr Nickelodeon
Sports HD (27)
BT Sport 1 HD BT Sport 2 HD BT Sport 3 HD
ESPN 2 HD ESPN HD ESPN News HD ESPN U HD
Fight Network HD Fox Sports 1 HD Fox Sports 2 HD
MLB Network HD MUTV HD NBA TV HD NFL Network HD NHL Network HD
Premier Sports HD
Sky Sports 1 HD Sky Sports 2 HD Sky Sports 3 HD Sky Sports 4 HD Sky Sports 5 HD
Sky Sports F1 HD Sky Sports News HD
Sports Net 360 HD Sports Net One HD Sports Net Ontario HD Sports Net World HD
Animal Planet GB Animal Planet US
Crime and Investigation
Discovery Channel Discovery HD Discovery History Discovery Home and Health
Discovery Science Discovery Turbo Discovery US
H2 History GB History HDHistory US Nat Geo
Nat Geo Channel
Nat Geo HD
Nat Geo Wild
2016/11/15 MAG troubleshooting tips
We have put together some guides to fix issues with your MAG box.
Please note that our support engineers can not do those steps from our side.
We ask you to try and follow the guides if you ran into one of the described issues before contacting Live
2016/11/14 DVR 2.0 Beta - TV archive on all platforms!
We have completely reworked our video recording system, and are proud to introduce the new improved
version. The biggest upgrades are:
- redundancy (multiple feeds recorded per channel, ensuring that every channel will be recorded even if
some sources are down)
- balancing (recorded feeds will play more smoothly during high network load, and you will be watching from
a server most optimal for your physical location)
- monitoring (if recording fails even with redundancy added, it will be resumed within seconds)
Most importantly, once the beta is over (in a few weeks), video archive will be available on all platforms -
Web, Kodi, and Matrix TV Browser. MAG boxes will also benefit from the upgrade - we have updated the
middleware and NTV now supports all the newer MAG models.
If you have a MAG box, you need to update to the latest firmware.
A guide on how to to this is available here