Streaming TV Guides

Want to get the most out of Netflix, Stan or Presto? Your guide to streaming like a pro is right here!

Pushing picture quality to new limits, 4K and its “secret weapon” – HDR – has taken the big streaming services by storm, with hundreds of hours of content waiting to stream to your 4K TV. We give you all the facts about how to get streaming in 4K.

The NBN rollout continues despite some technical hiccups, but recent changes to the way the network sells its services to internet providers means much better news – and hopefully faster connections – for many.

Before you race out to buy a streaming device to watch Netflix, Stan and the rest, take a look at that game console that’s already plugged into your TV. Did you know it’s also a powerhouse of a streaming device? Here’s how to get set up to stream on your game console.

For those who use the Foxtel Now app on iOS or Android to stream live and on-demand Foxtel content, a recent update added support for the popular Google Chromecast. It’s easy to set up and use. But if you’re getting nothing but a blank screen – or buffering video – we’ve got some tips for you.

The new version of Telstra’s stream-everything box adds live TV to the mix but retains the easy-to-use design of the original Telstra TV. Getting yours set up is easy. Just use our walkthrough as a handy guide.

It’s brilliant to be able to stream Stan on your big-screen TV for the low cost of a Google Chromecast device. But what happens if you can’t seem to get it to work? Fear not - we’ve got a bunch of possible solutions for you to get you streaming in no time!

Foxtel’s brand new streaming box for their Foxtel Now service is a powerful little device that does almost everything you’d want on your TV. And it does it with a slick, fast interface. Here’s a quick walk-through showing just how easy it is to set up!

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More and more people subscribe to Netflix to enjoy thousands of hours of content at their fingertips. Figuring out what to watch can sometimes feel overwhelming (so many choices!), but navigating the streaming service is fairly easy, due to Netflix’s intuitive and user friendly interface. However, there are a few ways to make your streaming experience even smoother; and we’ve got some inside scoop we’re eager to share.

In the era of free trials, consumers are spoiled with tons of special offers when signing up to a new service. This applies for Foxtel Now as well. Here are a few ways to enjoy the service free for a limited time.

Some TV events are best enjoyed on the big screen. That’s why we’ve come up with a comprehensive guide that explains all the ways in which you can watch Foxtel Now on TV.

So, if you are one of those many people who simply cannot wait to watch Stan on their television screens, here is a step-by-step guide on how to do it.

Today, there are several different ways available to stream Netflix videos to where you really want them – on your HDTV! To help you out, all available options are discussed in this article.

The Playstation 3 is popular because of its internet connection options and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity which lets the players connect to services like Hulu, Netflix, and naturally, online gaming. Netflix released applications for the platform in 2010, which lets the subscribers stream the service directly from the console. Here’s how to start streaming Netflix on your gaming console

Google Chromecast is becoming one of the most popular video streaming devices, thanks to its growing app portfolio. A few months back, Quickflix joined the list of apps available for Chromecast. Here is a useful guide to use Quickflix on Chromecast.

Netflix is an internet service which lets you stream movies, TV shows and your favorite channels right from its website. It makes internet video streaming look as easy and convenient as a cable or satellite TV connection. To access the huge collection of movies and shows, you may want to want to stream Netflix on a bigger screen rather than on the small screen of a laptop. There are multiple ways to watch Netflix on your HDTVs so we will get right into it to help you decide which method is best for you.