Latvian cable operator Baltcom has launched a new multiscreen OTT TV service that will allow it to extend the reach of its services to all regions of the country, including those outside its fixed network coverage area.
He new service, Open TV, will make content available through any internet connection, including 4G networks provided by mobile operators.
Open users will be able to watch a selection of 38 live and archive channels, including national channels TV3, LNT, TV6, Kanāl
2 and Kanāl 3+ as well as films and series on-demand.
Baltcom chairman Nicholas Boissin said that the launch of Open TV meanth that users would be able to view content from any location within Latvia and the EU.
The launch of the service follows Baltcom’s launch of a SmartLabs-powered advanced TV service, Interactive TV 3.0, last year, which included multiscreen distribution within Baltcom’s network.
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