Android TV Adds More Content
Oct 2, 2015, 8:11 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Google has made more content available to its Android TV product, including programs from CBS, HBO, and Showtime. The streaming television service has also gained access to Disney Movies Anywhere, EPIX, WWE, and UFC. The apps associated with these content providers are now available in the Android TV app store. In addition to the expanded content selection, Google has partnered with more companies to enlarge the Android TV ecosystem. For example, Hisense, TCL, and several other smart TV manufacturers have added Android TV to their offerings. Last, Google teamed up with set-top box makers Pace, Sagemcom, and Technicolor, all of which will allow cable TV providers to incorporate Android TV content into their services.
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