Vudu lets users rent or buy new release movies and TV shows, and access their Ultraviolet cloud library. Its content library includes TV shows from companies like CBS, Comedy Central, HBO, MTV, National Geographic, and Showtime, as well Hollywood and independent movies.
“Vudu gives our customers even more choice and flexibility when it comes to searching for, accessing and enjoying a wide variety of content. Now more than ever, TiVo makes it easy to consolidate all of your content into one, comprehensive experience that can then be accessed anywhere anytime from your TV and mobile devices,” said Tara Maitra, senior vice president, general manager, content and media sales at TiVo.
The Vudu app will rollout to TiVo Roamio and TiVo Mini devices over the coming weeks.
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