The deal with Foxxum means that Divan.TV is available on the main dashboard of the smart TV portals of the three brands, rather than requiring to be downloaded by users.
Divan.TV targets migrant groups from the ex-Soviet Union countries worldwide via smart TVs, tablets and other devices.
“We are pleased that such respected brands as Sharp, Haier and Hisense have added to our existing partners Samsung, LG and Philips. Our service offers world viewers the full range of the most popular Ukrainian and world’s TV channels. We grow, develop, and welcome the owners of smart TV to grow with us,” said Arkadiy Kanyuka, executive director, Divan.TV.
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