Fetch TV

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Fetch TV
Pay TV Provider
Industry Internet television
Founded July 2010
Headquarters Sydney, Australia
Area served
Products IPTV, Pay television, Pay-per-view
Website www.fetchtv.com.au

Fetch TV is an Australian Internet Protocol television (IPTV) founded in July 2010, operating a subscription television service over a user's regular internet service. Fetch TV launched in 2010,[1] backed by its Malaysian parent (40%) Astro All Asia Networks, Harvey Norman, Domayne and is sold through Optus, iinet, Internode, Westnet and Adam Internet.

Fetch TV provides a set top box with a digital TV tuner, personal video recorder and up to 35 subscription channels, radio, video on demand, pay per view movies, web applications, and a mobile app.[2]

On February 16, 2015, Fetch TV announced plans to become the first Australian pay-TV provider to integrate the Netflix service into its platform, allowing users with a separate Netflix subscription to access Netflix content though the Fetch TV set-top box.[3]

The service is delivered by either multicast or ITLS adaptive bitrate streaming. The minimum internet sync speed required varies by ISP delivery method. The majority of Fetch TV content is unmetered when delivered over a broadband connection from a Fetch TV ISP partner.[4]

Fetch TV Australia faces significant opposition in the market place from competitors such as Foxtel and Telstra T-Box, leading to comments by mainstream technology and financial media sources that the service needs to ramp up its subscriber base to progress.[5] In response the company says it has strategies in place to produce success and increase its subscription base significantly.[6][7]

Subscription channels[edit]

As of June 2015, the following channels are offered through Fetch TV:[8]

Catch-Up Channels[edit]

Indonesian Channels[edit]

Note: 1 These channels are exclusively available through Fetch TV in Australia.

Vietnamese Channels[edit]

Hainanese Channels[edit]

Hindi Channels[edit]


  1. ^ "New FetchTV box + service: Review: It’s a game changer". Delimiter. LeMay & Galt Media. 3 April 2013. Retrieved 14 April 2014. 
  2. ^ Turner, Adam (16 February 2014). "etch TV v Telstra T-Box: which is the best PVR?". Sydney Morning Herald. Fairfax Media. Retrieved 14 April 2014. 
  3. ^ "Coming soon to Fetch TV - Netflix". Fetch TV. N2N Communications. 16 Feb 2015. Retrieved 17 February 2015. 
  4. ^ "FetchTV: An updated review for 2012". Delimiter. LeMay & Galt Media. 9 March 2012. Retrieved 14 April 2014. 
  5. ^ Ramli, David (25 January 2014). "Optus, iiNet join Fetch in ad campaign". Australian Financial Review. Fairfax Media. Retrieved 15 April 2014. 
  6. ^ Polites, Harrison (22 July 2013). "Poor metrics cast shadow over Fetch TV's growth plans". Technology Spectator. Business Spectator Pty Ltd. 
  7. ^ Hutchinson, James (11 Mat 2011). "FetchTV eyes top 10 ISPs to take on Telstra". Computerworld. IDG Communications. Retrieved 11 April 2014.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  8. ^ http://www.fetchtv.com.au/announcement

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