According to Broadcast magazine, Freeview PVRs sales doubled too with 90,000 being sold in the last three months of 2006.
Over 15 million Freeview boxes and integrated televisions have now been sold.
And in the next couple of months Alba, Humax, Sagem, Sharp, Sony and TVonics will build and sell Freeview Playback a range of PVRs with different memory capacities.
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