Upgrade your Netcast™ today

November 24th, 2010 by LG Blog UK

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This year has seen the introduction of LG’s NetCast™ service on many of it’s TVs. NetCast™brings the best of the internet directly to your TV, without the need for a computer. This means you can enjoy YouTube, weather forecasts from Accuweather and online photo sharing with Picasa from the comfort of your sofa.

Today we have great news for NetCast™ users, as nine new applications including BBC iPlayer, movies on demand from Acetrax, Google Maps, Facebook™, Twitter™ and an Internet radio application are now available

The update is available to current owners of selected LG NetCast™ TVs by simply connecting your LG NetCast™ TV to a broadband connection (via Ethernet or an LG wireless dongle) and pressing the NetCast™ button on the remote control where an automated update will take place.

The new NetCast™ features are available on the following sets and will require a minimum 2MB broadband speed for optimal viewing.


LX9900 (47,55”)

LE8900 (42, 47, 55”)

LE7900 (32, 37, 42, 47, 55”)

LE5900 (32, 37, 42, 47, 55”)

LE4900 (32, 37, 42”)


LD790 (32, 42, 47”)

LD690 (32, 37, 42, 47, 55”)

LD490 (32, 37, 42”)

PLASMA TV (to be updated by 1st December 2010)

PX990 (50, 60”)

PK990 (50, 60”)

PK790 (50, 60”)

PK590 (50, 60”)

More information on NetCast™ can be found at the LG website

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