This looks very interesting, so i thought i would share. Taken from http://www.10ash.info/ VISION CONNECT STREAM Three new data services appeared on Mux D / Arq B. They are LCN110 VISION, LCN111 CONNECT & LCN112 STREAM. They are all served by a single 23kbps stream which produces different captions on each service. They appear to be an early version of iPTV over Freeview requiring a DVB-T2 HD receiver with a broadband connection. VISION is the most advanced application. The caption states "Welcome to VISION - a TV channel network on Freeview HD". It then detects whether you are using an HD box or not. If not it states "- You do not have a compatible Freeview HD device -". If it does detect an HD box it then looks for a broadband connection and tries to connect with www.reach-tv.net. If no broadband connection can be detected it shows an appropriate message. Otherwise it downloads a different VISION logo from the server. The website itself www.visiontvnetwork.co.uk is mentioned and it appears to be a site inviting broadcasters to sign up and says "available channels will be listed here after launch date" along with "COMING SOON - Freeview channel 110 - Not just a channel, a world of channels". Reach TV is the licensee of the services. The other two channels just state that they are launching soon. The requirement for an HD receiver is no doubt the mandatory ethernet connection to broadband not usually found on SD boxes. Also HD (DVB-T2) boxes have advanced and compulsory Mheg routines. These pioneering iPTV services will be very interesting to watch how they develop. In its last consultation DMOL suggested allocating the whole 400 block of LCNs to iPTV. They obviously expect it to become a major influence on Freeview.