has expanded its service to include live television broadcasts from the entertainment capital of the world, Los Angeles. While television networks block access to Google TV, and Apple TV leaves consumers longing for more, ivi TV's revolutionary software affords consumers a long-awaited, legal solution for watching television live on the Internet anywhere they have an Internet connection.
ivi TV offers more content than Hulu, and a 30 day free trial to watch live major broadcast channels online, including all hit-programming and live sports from ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, The CW, PBS, and others from a growing number of local affiliates, all available immediately via ivi TV's downloadable app.
The markets now included in ivi TV's offering include New York City, Seattle, and Los Angeles, in addition to diverse international content including Spanish news and variety programming from Intereconomia Business TV, sports programming from Sport Italia, Orange Sport and English language news from China on CCTV9, among many others.
ivi TV's "virtual set-top box" is an easy-to-use downloadable app that requires no hardware or software upgrades and works on even the most basic laptops, desktops and an increasingly vast array of mobile devices.
While the consumer trends of devoting more time to the Internet increases, coupled with the acceleration of "cord-cutting," the proliferation of new devices is creating a perfect storm scenario driving consumers to seek affordable alternatives to traditional cable TV and take more control over their entertainment options. ivi TV offers the first cross-platform, live TV application allowing both place and time shifting in a single software solution. The basic 'ivi Air' package contains all the major broadcast channels for $4.99/mo USD.
ivi TV is a compelling solution for consumers and content providers alike. ivi TV restricts its US broadcast service to the United States, fully encrypts and protects all the content it delivers, and charges a fee to subscribers for its service. ivi TV also pays the compulsory license fee to the U.S. Copyright Office, which in turn distributes payment to broadcasters, just like 16,000 other cable companies, including AT&T's U-Verse and Verizon's FIOS TV. ivi TV operates within the clearly defined and strict provisions of the copyright law providing a compelling service that consumers can feel good about using.
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