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Wurl has inked a deal with Samsung to power select programming on Samsung’s new TV Plus service.

Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, Wurl claims to be the global leader in connecting the world’s leading video producers with the world’s biggest video services by allowing producers to build global distribution for branded linear channels, live events and VOD offers.

Integrated with its giant's smart TVs, Samsung TV Plus is a streaming option that offers a bundle of live channels and on-demand content from multiple media brands. Wurl will now provide the platform  access to broadband-delivered 24/7 TV channels and on-demand content. 

“TV Plus provides enormous validation of the unstoppable migration of TV to the Internet,” said Sean Doherty, CEO of Wurl . “Samsung is breaking down the legacy TV silos and providing video producers with a more open opportunity to reach viewers and generate revenue.”