Oz TV Everywhere App tenplay Launches on Telstra TV


SYDNEY: Australian Network Ten’s digital catch-up hub, tenplay, has launched on the on-demand service Telstra TV.

Launched in September 2013, tenplay is part of the channel’s TV Everywhere strategy. Viewers will now be able to enjoy their favorite shows from Ten, Eleven and One on Telstra TV, which has partnered with Roku to provide the service.

Network Ten Chief Digital Officer Rebekah Horne said: “From today, Telstra TV will provide immediate and seamless access to Network Ten’s catch-up and streaming product, anytime and for free.”

“Telstra TV is a great opportunity for streaming growth and is the next step in tenplay’s cross-platform strategy, offering a first-class viewing experience wherever our audiences are,” she added. “Some of our biggest and most compelling entertainment, drama, comedy and sport programs are available to watch straight away on Telstra TV, including MasterChef Australia, TBL Families, The Project 7pm, Mary: The Making of a Princess, The 2015 ARIA Awards, Homeland, Madam Secretary, The Good Wife and Neighbours. In 2016, viewers can look forward to even more innovative and exciting new content, including hit programs I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! and its new companion show I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! Now, Shark Tank, MasterChef Australia, The Bachelor Australia and Offspring, along with our big new shows such as Australian Survivor, Brock, The Wrong Girl and Long Lost Family.”

Serkan Honeine, Telstra’s director of at-home media, remarked: “We are very pleased that the terrific tenplay app is now available on Telstra TV alongside the other television catch-up services. Telstra TV is the simple way to stream your favorite television on demand and now there’s even more content for Telstra customers to enjoy.”

Horne added: “In 2016, tenplay will continue to grow its distribution, content and functionality, including more live streaming of big prime-time shows and expanding across more platforms.”