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Philo Launches on the Fire TV & Apple TV Today

After months of waiting, today Philo is live on the Apple TV and Fire TV. With this move Philo now supports Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, iOS, and web browsers.

“Our goal is to build a television service that people love. The expansion onto Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV is a natural extension for us and allows many new people to discover and enjoy Philo, as well as expanding the viewing options for our existing subscribers,” explained Andrew McCollum, Philo’s CEO. “We’re thrilled with the response we’ve seen to Philo so far, but we’re always looking for ways to make it even better, and this is another big step forward in that direction.”

Philo also announced that it has raised more than $40 million from existing investors with AMC Networks, Discovery, and Viacom leading the company’s Series C round of funding. This continues Philo’s deep ties with content companies such as AMC and Discovery.

*The Philo channel lineup is as follows: Philo 40 Channels – $16
● A&E
● AMC
● Animal Planet
● AXS TV
● BBC AMERICA
● BBC World News
● BET
● Cheddar
● Cheddar Big News
● CMT
● Comedy Central
● Discovery Channel
● DIY
● Food Network
● FYI
● GSN
● HGTV
● History
● IFC
● Investigation Discovery (ID)
● Lifetime
● Lifetime Movies
● MTV
● MTV2
● Nickelodeon
● Nick Jr.
● OWN
● Paramount
● PeopleTV
● Science
● SundanceTV
● Tastemade
● TeenNick
● TLC
● Travel Channel
● TV Land
● Velocity
● VH1
● Viceland
● We tv
Additional nine channels for an incremental $4:
● American Heroes Channel
● BET Her
● Cooking Channel
● Destination America
● Discovery Family
● Discovery Life
● Logo
● MTV Live
● Nicktoons

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