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Having seen recent growth with its over-the-top platform, FreeCast is now extending its SelectTV service to address the increasingly important and lucrative US Hispanic market with a new bundle of Spanish language family entertainment, Mis Canales.
freecast mis canales 21 May 2021
Promising to bring “bold and fresh entertainment” to its core online video offer, Roku is to re-brand content from its Quibi acquisition in January as Roku Originals for launch on The Roku Channel.
Roku Originals 21 April2021
Backed by promotion and distribution efforts that the company says it has been securing over the past year, FreeCast’s Streaming TV Kit is now about to be available from US retail via national retailers.

Having been pay-TV giant Sky’s over-the-top trailblazer product, NOW TV is to take its next evolutionary step by unveiling a new identity, look and feel.
NOW logo 16March2021

Peruvian cable operator Cable Club is launching an OTT offering featuring Android TV set-top boxes, mobile apps for live video streaming, and catch-up TV content powered by Viaccess-Orca’s TVaaS cloud-based TV platform and DRM solutions.
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Entertainment and AVOD company Crackle Plus is to launch its Crackle app on smart TVs and set-top boxes powered by OTT and hybrid TV solutions provider Vewd.
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Days after launching what it said was the first free, ad-supported sports streaming TV service in the UK, hosting a selection of channels not available on traditional pay-TV, SportsTribal TV has added FUEL TV, to its content selection.
Sports Tribal Fuel TV 11 March 2021
Three trends are redefining video, empowering viewers to watch content as never before, advertisers to reach customers as never before and creators and artists to find audiences as never before with connected TV on the rise and about to be exploited by YouTube says the firm’s chief product officer Neil Mohan.
YouTube Select 20May2020