14 Facts About All 4


All 4 is a video on demand service from the Channel Four Television Corporation, free of charge for most content and funded by advertising.

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All 4 generated around 215 million long-form video views on all platforms where it is available in the first half of 2011, making Channel 4 the biggest commercial UK broadcaster in the video on-demand market during the period.

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On 1 March 2019, All 4 was rebranded with a new logo, website design and app design.

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All 4 is the main source of on demand programmes from Channel 4, E4, and More4.

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However, it was announced on 7 January 2014 that Channel 4 had removed all its long-form programming from YouTube in order to focus on the 4oD platform itself, although programming from 4Shorts and Mashed would remain available.

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All 4 became available as part of Freesat's second generation Free Time guide on 27 June 2013, offering the last seven days of programming integrated to the TV guide and access to the All 4 archive via the on demand section.

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All 4 was added to Sky's On Demand service on 18 March 2013.

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All 4 is available on Virgin Media's cable television service.

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All 4 was one of four services available at the launch of YouView in July 2012.

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At launch, the All 4 app contained options to resume watching recent programmes and browse by most popular, categories, collections, and A-to-Z, but lacked a search function and contained non-skippable adverts.

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All 4 was released on 14 December 2010 on PlayStation 3 via the PlayStation Network.

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All 4 app was launched on PlayStation 4 on 23 December 2015.

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On 5 October 2011, it was announced that All 4 would be made available to all Xbox Live Gold members.

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On 13 November 2013, a native All 4 app was launched for mobile phones running the Windows Phone 8 platform.

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