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Sky Player is to be introduced on Humax's new range of high-definition (HD) Freeview set-top boxes, it has been revealed.

According to the Sky, the service will be introduced on a number of devices including the UK's first HD Freeview system, the Humax HD-FOX T2.

Sky Player offers a range of live and on-demand TV content and it is hoped the launch of the service on set-top boxes will allow existing customers to access the programming in a second or third room.

Other consumers will also be able to sign up to the service through a Sky Player subscription.

Griff Parry, Director of On-Demand, said: "In providing both new and existing customers with more choice and control over how they access Sky content, we continue to harness secure and high-quality distribution platforms like Humax."

Sky Player is also set to be introduced on internet-connected TVs and set-top boxes from companies including Cello and 3View in the near future.

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