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Pluto TV Partners with TiVo to Expand the TiVo+ Content Network

TiVo logoToday, TiVo and Pluto TV announced a partnership to bring more content to TiVo, allowing users to easily find and launch Pluto programming. The free streaming service includes over 250 live, linear channels.

“Launching Pluto TV in an integrated way with TiVo aligns perfectly with our goal to provide a friction-free viewer experience with our distribution partners,” said Tom Ryan, CEO, Pluto TV. “Today, over 22 million people a month in the US tune in to stream our programming which spans across all genres of movies, news, TV shows, sports, and documentaries, and we look forward to reaching many more together as part of the TiVo+ video network.”

With the new partnership, TiVo customers will be able to seamlessly access to both the live Pluto TV channels and on demand content, alongside the subscription services they already use on their TiVo devices.

“We launched TiVo+ because we wanted to bring entertainment together in one easy place for viewers, and this partnership allows viewers to easily discover an awesome array of 50,000 hours of free programming from Pluto TV via TiVo+,” said Dave Shull, president and CEO, TiVo. “Now we can definitively say we’re catering to everyone’s tastes and preferences, making finding, watching and enjoying something they love easier than ever before.”

Pluto TV will be rolling out in the coming weeks to customers on TiVo EDGE. Pluto TV will also soon become available on the upcoming TiVo Stream 4K device, which TiVo says is “coming soon.”

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