WOW! launches WOW! tv+ in Chicago, Evansville and DetroitThursday, July 16th, 2020
WOW! Launches WOW! tv+ in its Chicago, Evansville and Detroit Markets
- WOW!’s IP-based video platform is now available in six markets
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — WOW! Internet, Cable & Phone (NYSE: WOW), a leading broadband services provider, today announced Chicago, Evansville and Detroit as the latest markets to offer its IP- delivered video choice, WOW! tv+, for its high-speed data (HSD) customers.
Consumers in these markets now have more choices than ever before when it comes to how they consume entertainment. WOW!’s strategic move toward an IP-delivered video offering like WOW! tv+ enables the company to utilize its powerful, industry-leading broadband network and reinforces its focus on strengthening its HSD offerings and services to customers.
Already available in its Columbus, Ohio, Cleveland and mid-Michigan markets, the Android TV-based platform features complete curated live channel packages, a cloud DVR, and access to an extensive On Demand library. It also includes a voice remote with Google Assistant, Netflix integration and access to streaming apps like Disney+ through the Google Play Store without the need to change inputs. Its content discovery interface provides customers with a platform that’s simple to navigate and allows them to select the content and video experiences they prefer.
“Our WOW! tv+ customers tell us how much they like the product and how easy it is to use. We are pleased to offer WOW! tv+ to our customers in these additional markets and provide an enhanced viewing experience backed by our reliable high-speed network,” said Teresa Elder, CEO of WOW!. “It is especially important in challenging times that we offer services to our customers that offer choices for where, when and how they want to access information and entertainment.”
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