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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.