JioSTB Offers Users SivooTV
PHILADELPHIA, PA, March 29, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Sivoo, Inc., a global network of multicultural on-demand entertainment programming, announced today that their SivooTV OTT channel is now available on the Reliance Jio STB (set-top box) for all JioFiber home broadband subscribers in India.
OTT or over-the-top programming has been growing over the past 10 years steadily in developed economies. These solutions deliver streaming content over the Internet above cable packages and have arisen lately in popularity due to elevated cable television costs and the increased availability of desirable content.
The Jio STB, provided for free to annual subscribers of the JioFiber service, is an Android-based streaming media player with a bluetooth-connected remote which enables non-smart (HDMI-featured) displays and televisions to access Internet content.
“As the adoption of SivooTV proliferates throughout India on the JioPhone and brand recognition builds, users will naturally crossover to other JioPlatform offerings, which is where JioFiber STB sits, and subscribers familiar with SivooTV will quickly engage,” said Alan Gochin, Sivoo’s Chief Marketing Officer.
Founded in 2000, Sivoo, Inc., pioneered a digital streaming network of on-demand multicultural entertainment over the Internet. With users in over 100 countries, it serves telcos and mobile operators across the world with thousands of hours of quality on-demand content that is available to PCs, televisions, and mobile phones. Sivoo gives consumers the choice of watching ad-supported content for free or without ads for a nominal fee. Sivoo’s proprietary system covers all major mobile platforms and through smart televisions.
Sivoo is headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
Sivoo is a trademark of Sivoo Holdings, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
For more information about Sivoo, please visit http://www.sivoo.com.
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