Watching television for free is something that the vast majority of users seek. Therefore, we have more and more alternatives such as watching DTT online over the Internet or services such as Samsung TV Plus with free channels. This same week we have learned that Amazon Prime Video has incorporated linear channels for free for its customers in Germany in a movement that could replicate in other countries such as Spain. Now, we give you all the details about the incorporation of more than 80 free television channels into Plex that can be seen by its users.
Plex does not want to stand still before the progress of the rest of streaming platforms. Although it was originally conceived for the management of our own content, little by little it is transforming into something different. Well, it is not really a transformation since the original functions are still present, but now it also wants its place in the world of streaming.
The first step was taken in December by incorporating free movies and series. In the new section Movies & TV we can find a good collection of titles, most of them independent or quite unknown productions. To access we do not need to have a paid Plex Pass account since it is completely free. In addition, it seems that little by little they are improving the quality of those movies and series.
And now traditional television channels
If the first step was taken with his movies and series section, now he has taken another quite important one. The platform has incorporated a series of live channels, including Reuters, Yahoo Finance, Toon Goggles, Kidoodle TV, KidsFlix, Fubo Sports Network, Cooking Panda, DrinkTV, IGN TV, AFV Family, Tastemade, Revry, FailArmy, Dove Channel, Docurama, The Pet Collective, WeatherSpy, Made in Hollywood and others.
We also have channels dedicated to individual programss like The Bob Ross Channel or Deal or No Deal, along with some special themes from the style of Surf TV, the Law & Crime Trial Network, Game Show Central, Retro Crush, Gravitas Movies and more. Most channels are offered free of charge worldwide, but some are only accessible from the United States or the United Kingdom.
Keith Valory, CEO of Plex, explains that “two of the most important factors for a successful streaming experience are being able to easily find something of interest to watch and be able to see it from any device we choose.” These free contents can be broadcast thanks to the timely broadcast of short ads.
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