Cinedigm and ZEASN, a provider of OTT and Smart TV solutions, have announced a partnership to bring Cinedigm’s OTT channels and assortment of content to ZEASN-enabled smart TVs powered by ZEASN’s Whale OS, including all Philips, Magnavox and many other television OEMs.
BritBox confirmed that the service is now available on Panasonic’s premium range of televisions, on smart TVs manufactured by Vestel, and on Google Chromecast streaming sticks.
Xite’s interactive music video experience is now available on Samsung Smart TVs sold from 2017 onwards in the US.
Roku is further expanding the Roku TV licensing programme into Europe.
Huawei has unveiled its own operating system, called Harmony OS, and has shown the first Honor TV sets with the OS.
In an unintended consequence of the US-China trade dispute, the North American television market has increased its adoption of smart TVs—particularly those based on the Roku TV operating system.
DocuBay, the international documentary VOD streaming service by IN10 Media, has announced a collaboration with Foxxum.
International music video service Xite is now available exclusively on Samsung Tizen Smart TVs sold from 2015 onwards in the UK and Ireland.
The all-new Apple TV app is now available for Samsung Smart TVs, marking the first time the video player has been available beyond Apple’s own platforms.
Karate Combat, the global, full-contact martial arts league, announced a partnership with Vewd.