Pay TV music service provider Stingray Digital Group has struck a deal to supply its Stingray Music service to US OTT TV provider KlowdTV.
KlowdTV is currently being beta-tested. The service offers live TV channels and a cloud DVR service without an ongoing subscription. The services is currently available across the US on multiple platforms.
KlowdTV offers a news-focused US$7.99 base package comprising conservative news channel One America News Network (and offshoot OAN Encore Trump, covering the Republican presidential candidate’s campaign), Newsmax TV, France 24 and RT, along with entertainment and sports services AWE, Nautical Channel, QVC and QV Plus, Fight Network, FNTSY Sports Network and GolTV.
A sports package is also available, as is kids service Duck TV. Entertainment, News and Information, Faith and Family and Spanish-language packages are promised soon.
“We are extremely pleased that KlowdTV, an up-and-coming and innovative player in the online television streaming industry, has chosen to include Stingray Music’s audio channels in its basic subscription package. Our ability to adapt to an evolving technological landscape and adjust our product offering to state-of-the-art distribution platforms are key to Stingray’s continued success. We are very excited to be an important part of KlowdTV’s market entry strategy and to provide even more listeners with an expertly curated music experience,” said Eric Boyko, President, Co-founder and CEO of Stingray.
“Music has amazing power and can bring joy to our lives every day. We’re proud to bring Stingray’s amazing lineup of 50 channels to KlowdTV subscribers at home and one the go,” said Chris Schickedanz, Managing Director for KlowdTV.