UK streaming company Roxi has announced the launch of a new free TV Music app, which will allow users to stream music videos, albums, songs, karaoke tracks and music games to a range of smart TVs and paying.
Users can upgrade for £ 6.99 per month for ad-free access to all of Roxi’s features.
To celebrate the launch, the company is giving away over one million Roxi karaoke microphones to new users.
Roxi CEO Rob Lewis said, “There has been a sea change in the way we consume and interact with digital entertainment on our TVs. Over the past year, we’ve seen spending on digital video services, led by U.S. companies Netflix, Disney + and Amazon’s Prime Video, grow 38% year-on-year to reach £ 2.9 billion. . It is by far the fastest growing sector of the UK home entertainment market. At Roxi, we believe the UK will be a leader in this market as well. “
“With the British spending a record £ 9bn on music, videos and games, we are now ready to harness this cultural trend,” he continued. “We are doing for music what video-on-demand services have done for movies on TV, but for free, and in doing so, consumers have for the first time a true free music alternative to YouTube. “
Roxi’s new app launches on Sky Q, Fire TV, Android TV, Google TV, including compatible platforms Sony Bravia, Panasonic, Philips, Toshiba, TCL, HiSense and Shield Smart TV, along with Samsung TV and more to come.
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