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SBS's virtual reality app has gotten a facelift — and launching alongside the revamp are three new VR projects.

Welcome to Garma with Ernie Dingo builds on NITV's coverage and presents a rare insight into the remarkable Indigenous Garma Festival in Arnhem Land; A Pig's Life with Matthew Evans is a VR exploration of the life of a pig in Australia's meat trade and Tomorrow's Diwali is a real-time art animation driven by SBS Radio, celebrating the significance of Diwali to Australia.

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The last year has been a tough time for free to air TV. Even Freeview, the peak body representing the FTA channels, says viewing habits have "changed dramatically" — everyone is using their phones instead. Netflix and Stan and catch-up apps from every major digital TV channel means that you don't need to watch TV, unless you're dead-set on watching The Bachelor live and in real time. To that end, within a month Freeview will do its bit to speed that push away from the big screen and onto mobiles with a single unified app that streams all 15 major FTA channels to your phone.

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SBS will today become the first Australian broadcaster to launch a Virtual Reality app, SBS On Demand VR, allowing audiences to explore the latest 360° videos produced by SBS and the independent production community.

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Looking for something a little more interesting than a YouTube playlist of cooking shows? We've had a revolution over the last couple of years in streaming video services on the 'net, and that means it's easier than ever to sit Here's a list of every major TV catch-up service, and every subscription streaming website or app for movies and TV, available to Aussies.

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From the creators of Homeland and Heroes, DIG is a murder mystery thriller set amongst the intrigue of modern day Jerusalem. Better yet, it will be fast tracked from the US so we will get it on from March 6.

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700 hours of live and catch-up TV coverage. Almost half the entire nation's population reached. 13.8 million online video streams through the SBS website, tablet and smartphone apps. These amazing numbers are what national broadcaster SBS pulled off over over the last month during the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

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Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV, or HbbTV, is the future of Australian digital television. It's an industry standard for Web-enabled television devices that integrates over-the-air digital TV broadcasts with online catch-up video and other media content. It's under development by Australia's Freeview TV consortium and is set to launch soon, but it might be dead before the public ever gets a chance to try it out.

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Kim Dotcom seems like such a jovial fellow. He loves a laugh, digs his Call Of Duty and lives a life that can only be compared realistically to that of Tony Stark. Tonight he sits down for an Australian interview with SBS, and I think we should all be scared for the US Justice Department and Dotcom's own brand of Jason Bourne-style revenge.