Wurl powered FAST channels land on LG ChannelsWednesday, April 6th, 2022
Wurl Powered FAST Channels Land On LG Channels Distribution Expansion Begins in European Markets
PALO ALTO, CA — Wurl, the world leader in powering streaming TV, has entered into a partnership with LG Electronics, a global innovator in technology and consumer electronics, that will enable Wurl powered FAST Channels on LG Channels worldwide. Wurl will be distributing the FAST channels globally while also providing monetization services and maximizing revenue to the company.
According to the deal, Wurl will be available on all LG smart TVs from 2018 forward, including third-party smart TVs that are powered by webOS. The global roll-out has already begun with Wurl-powered FAST channels launching in the US, UK, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Belgium, Luxembourg. The expansion into further territories, including Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Portugal, Ireland, Finland, Austria, and Switzerland, will continue throughout 2022.
LG Channels is LG’s exclusive free streaming service, offering a wide selection of premium live and on-demand programming, including movies, TV shows, news, sports, childrens’ programs, and more. With more than 350 channels and growing, LG TV owners can easily discover their favorite programs by launching the LG Channels application on their LG TV’s webOS platform (LG smart TV models 2016-present).
“LG TV customers expect the best when it comes to home entertainment. With this partnership, we are excited to enhance their offerings by vastly expanding the content available to the global audience,” said Ingrid Mariotti, Director of Business Development, Streamers at Wurl.
Links: Wurl; LG Electronics
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