In this news, we discuss the LG expands its free content streaming service to OLED and NanoCell TVs.
LG Electronics on Thursday announced the expansion of its free content streaming service, LG Channels, to its smart TV owners (LG OLED and NanoCell TV) in key markets, including Europe.
LG Channels offers premium digital content and multi-streaming channels as well as a wide range of quality content choices available for free on LG smart TVs in the United States, Canada, Europe and Latin America. The expansion is in response to the recent increase in the number of viewers and the rapid increase in audience for the service worldwide.
To expand the service, the South Korean electronics giant has partnered with NEW ID, a subsidiary of NEXT ENTERTAINMENT WORLD (NEW), a major player in entertainment, media and sports in South Korea.
“We are proud to bring the latest and highest quality Korean content to European audiences through today’s global television market leader LG Smart TV. As the only entertainment provider in Asia to integrate K content with an innovative, ad-supported streaming TV platform, NEW ID plans to actively expand its digital services and channels to more continents, ”said said Kim Woo-taek, CEO of NEW.
Starting this month, LG Channels, the one-stop-shop for all K content that covers all Korean content, will expand its offerings into European markets with more regions and customers to join the list in the coming months.
The new K content will be rolling out to LG 2019 TVs with webOS 4.5 starting this month. Customers with LG smart TVs running webOS versions 3.0 to 4.0 will be able to enjoy the service by the end of 2020, while webOS 5.0 TVs and LG TV owners in even more countries will receive the service in 2021.
- Starting this month, LG Channels, the one-stop-shop for all K content that covers all Korean content, will expand its offerings into European markets with more regions and customers to join the list in the coming months.
- LG Expands Free Content Streaming Service to OLED and NanoCell TVs