LG to make integrated Freesat products
Freesat today announced a partnership with leading consumer electronics company LG to produce Freesat integrated products in 2009.
The two companies have signed a deal which will see LG producing integrated digital televisions initially, with the prospect of further products in the future.
Emma Scott, Freesat's MD comments "We're extremely pleased to be working with LG as a manufacturing partner for Freesat in 2009. LG is world renowned for its quality products and this partnership will give consumers even more ways to enjoy Freesat as we grow the service."
Freesat is also in talks with a range of manufacturers regarding producing Freesat products and will announce further partners in 2009.
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