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Pluto TV Partners With Vevo to Add Music Video Channels

Recently Vevo announced that it has partnered with Pluto TV to add new music video channels. Beginning tomorrow November 12th, Pluto TV will start adding content from Vevo starting with a holiday-themed channel with more to follow.

“Vevo is a world-class brand with a global audience that is a natural fit for Pluto TV. Historically, our business models have been symbiotic, where we have successfully reimagined media and behaviors from past to thrive in the current and future OTT ecosystem,” stated Jeff Shultz, the chief business officer at Pluto TV. “We are excited to add these new Vevo channels and genres to our Music Video category bringing exciting, premium music video content from the world’s greatest artists to further the revival of music videos on streaming television.”

“Pluto TV is a leader in the over-the-top market that offers the opportunity for music videos to return to the living room alongside great film and television offerings,” said Kevin McGurn, the president of sales and distribution at Vevo. “We are thrilled to continue the expansion of our distribution network by increasing our offering to agencies and clients who want to advertise around premium music video content at scale in a network TV setting.”

The Pluto TV app is completely free and features more than 200 channels that are always changing. Pluto TV is currently available on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, iOS, and Android. When Viacom bought Pluto TV, the company added Viacom content, along with building partnerships with major networks. You can now watch content from channels including Nick, Nick Jr., MTV, and Comedy Central for free, along with curated channels from CNN, NBC News, CBSN, the NFL, and more. You can find our full review of Pluto TV HERE.

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