Over-the-top TV streaming device provider Roku has teamed up with US pay TV operator DISH to deliver a new service targeting foreign nationals in the US.
DISHWorld will offer a number of international packages from around the world, ranging from US$5 (€4) to about US$50 in price, with a minimum purchase by subscribers of US$19.99 a month.
Congtent partners for the service include Sony Entertainment Television India, BBC Arabic and Al Jazeera. As well as live TV, DISHWorld is offering a 48-hour catch-up service.
Roku meanwhile will also use DISH to manage the launch of future foreign-language channels on its platform in the US.
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