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Voxtok, the audio division of telco TV provider Netgem, has released what it claims is the first fully-personalised audio service designed for TV, Music Avenue.

voxtok 25Feb2019Music Avenue is described as a ‘comprehensive’ and simple-to-use audio and music service that consistently aggregates music sources and brings smart control over wireless audio devices such as speakers, turntables and headphones. It has been specifically designed for TV and comes with companion apps for mobile, tablets and computers.

The service brings together multiple sources and channels such as personalised music video content, user playlists, unlimited music through Napster — owned by Voxtok — information and news about artists, albums releases, concerts, and vinyl record delivery. including HiFi speakers.

Music Avenue also enables voice assistance either via a set-top box or any voice-capable device available on the home network.

The service is now available on Technicolor’s Android TV based set-top boxes for telcos and TV operators. “With the Napster platform built-in, Music Avenue adds another level of uniqueness to our set-top box environment and to the overall experience of the user, who can now enjoy not only the most current content, but also direct access to great music,” commented Gaetan Delcroix, head of video product unit, global CPE, Technicolor Connected Home.