EpicTV, operated by Finnish service provider Elisa, has chosen over-the-top TV technology company Tvinci to provide a pan-European service for connected devices.
EpicTV, which delivers a service based around adventure sports to a pan-European audience, is using Tvinci to deliver a personalised viewing experience across iPad, Android, PC and connected TV, the latter delivered by Tvinci’s partner Accedo.
“We are focused on providing new experiences and delivering TV services for the future where people watch content that is specific to their interests, and on whatever device they want,” said Panu Lehti, head of EpicTV and vice-president, Business Development at Elisa. “We are delighted to work with Tvinci and Accedo on this project.”
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