Thursday Oct 17, 2019

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TiVo and AMC

Theatres are now

getting into streaming, too

Ti Vo and AMC Theatres are now getting into streaming, too. A company best known for its ad-skipping DVR service and a…
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By Andrew Blustein
thedrum.com

Ti Vo and AMC Theatres are now getting into streaming, too. A company best known for its ad-skipping DVR service and a giant movie theater chain are the latest entrants in the streaming wars that are spreading beyond the legacy entertainment field. Today (15 October), seemingly in response to the abundance of streaming services eating up the on-demand TV market, the company has launched its own ad-supposed streaming service, called Ti Vo+.

The free Ti Vo+ is only available on Ti Vo Edge, the company streaming device, and it will feature myriad content from the likes of TMZ, America Funniest, Gannett, Newsy and Jukin Media. AMC Theatres also announced its own streaming service today, hoping to offset the 3. 6% drop in US cinema attendance over the first half of 2019. According to The….

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