|By Business Wire||
|June 18, 2014 09:07 AM EDT||
PlayOn, the media server software from MediaMall Technologies that streams online videos to TVs and mobile devices, today announced the addition of three new channels to the PlayOn lineup: Oxygen, Bravo and WWE. PlayOn’s Bravo and Oxygen channels let users stream shows like the latest episodes of Bravo’s New Housewives of New York or Oxygen’s Bad Girls Club on the TV. Cable subscribers can log in with their cable credentials to access even more on demand content from these two networks. PlayOn’s long-awaited WWE channel lets WWE subscribers stream their favorite showdowns from their PC to their TV.
“We are committed to make it as easy as possible to get all of the great content that is available online to your TV,” said Jeff Lawrence, MediaMall Technologies president and CEO. “With more than 100 channels currently accessible through PlayOn’s software, we’re excited to be able to constantly build upon our streaming entertainment offerings in order to provide customers with the widest variety of shows all in one place - on their TV.”
All PlayOn subscribers will have immediate access to these new channels. PlayOn is available in annual ($29.99/year) and lifetime ($59.99) subscriptions and can also be bundled with the company’s PlayLater recording software. For more information about these new channels, visit PlayOn at www.playon.tv.
About MediaMall Technologies MediaMall Technologies, the creators of PlayOn, PlayLater, and MyMedia was founded in 2003 to make it simple, affordable, and fun to enjoy your favorite movies, TV shows, and videos from the Internet on your TV or on the go. The PlayOn and PlayLater software products allow customers to recreate the traditional cable and satellite TV viewing experience using only the Internet and their existing hardware for a fraction of the price – and even extend that viewing experience to mobile devices. The MyMedia software product offers a free way for users to stream their local media content to their TVs. MediaMall operates with offices in New York, Seattle, and Copenhagen and can be found online at www.PlayOn.tv and www.PlayLater.tv. PlayOn and PlayLater are trademarks of MediaMall Technologies, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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