Everyone TV has announced multiple new smart TV brands that are joining the Freely line-up with Toshiba, Sharp, Panasonic and Metz all confirmed to offer the new streaming service backed by the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5.

The addition of these four new brands means Freely has confirmed six smart TV partners in total. Existing partners include Bush and Hisense, with Freely currently accessible on their 2024 4K smart TV models.

Freely, which launched on Hisense smart TVs in April and on Bush smart TVs last month, is the new streaming service backed by the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5. Audiences can stream a range of live TV channels alongside on demand content all in one place for free via their smart TVs, with Freely removing the need for a dish or aerial.

Deep Halder, Chief Commercial Officer, Everyone TV, said: ‘Having recently brought Freely to market on new Hisense and Bush TVs, we’re delighted to be announcing increased availability of Freely with four new smart TV partners due to launch later this year. A joint venture between Britain’s leading broadcasters, Freely is built on collaboration and it is encouraging to see more of the industry coming together to contribute to the success of Freely, working together to secure the future of free TV.’

Hisense and Bush Freely TVs are available in stores across the UK and online at retailers such as Currys, Argos, AO and Very, with the new smart TV brands rolling out over the coming months.

Jon Creamer

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