Aussie TV station launches streaming video for new shows

Aussie television station News.co.au is making its debut with a live streaming video service.

The station, which is based in the Adelaide CBD, will stream new shows from the ABC, Seven, ABC Radio and TV One and features clips from current events.

News.co, which launched last month, will feature shows from The Last Man On Earth, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Doctor Strange, Game of Thrones, The X Factor and the new season of House of Cards.

The channel will also stream clips from the 2016 Australian Open, the 2015 World Cup and the 2016 NRL Grand Final.

News is also launching an app, which will allow viewers to watch a live stream of news events, and a website.

“We are thrilled to be launching a live television service that delivers fresh content from Australia,” said News.

Co managing director Greg Leggett.

“From the launch of our first channel last year to now, we’ve seen a steady stream of new shows that have proven to be very popular with the Australian audience.”

The launch of this service means that we are now able to deliver a truly new and exciting experience to our customers.

“The channel has been designed to appeal to Australians, with clips from live events such as the Australian Open and the World Cup shown alongside new music from artists such as Coldplay and Drake.”

News.com is a very popular channel on our platform and we are proud to offer this opportunity to our Australian audience,” Leggette said.

The new service is available in a number of languages, including English, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Turkish, Arabic and Korean.

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