Users of Samsung's Internet TV platform can now benefit from video-on-demand thanks to DIVA TV, a provider of cross-platform digital content focusing on popular movies. The first countries to benefit from this collaboration include Germany, Switzerland and the UK. DIVA TV expects to extend this service further very soon, to reach other territories including the US in months to come.
Users of this platform in Germany, Switzerland and the UK will be first to benefit from DIVA TV, with the company optimistic of extending the partnership to cover other territories, including the US, in the coming months.
DIVA TV's library of content allows users to easily find the programs that they are looking for or to discover new programs that they will like, without their having to browse their way through hundreds of titles that do not particularly interest them. Now that hand-picked entertainment is becoming the norm, it is only natural that this is the next step for this platform as well. Those already owning it in the selected countries will soon be able to enjoy this next-step technology.
Users can also enjoy Day and Date and free content thanks to DIVA TV. Plus, the DIVA TV catalog keeps topping up their library with new movie releases, in genres such as action, comedy, thrillers, popular TV shows and more. Now folks can enjoy TVoD (TV on Demand) thanks to the DIVA TV widget. Current titles available are supplemented with certain related movies and shows offered as free aVoD content as well.
There are many types of movies that will be offered through this service. Some of the movie types include a vast library of popular films, classic movies and hot Hollywood favorites. The library of content will be constantly refurbished with new offerings to keep things current and evolving. This way customers do not need to keep seeing repeat content but have a selection of new movies at all times. The current estimate is that about 10% of the library's content will be replaced each month with fresh content, and each title will stay in the library for at least 3 months to ensure that most users get an opportunity to see it.
One of the other interesting aspects of the DIVA TV widget is that is brings users some unique minority content, catering to various ethnic groups and expat communities. This includes the best of Turkish, Russian and Arabic films and drama series currently available, in an effort to reach an even wider audience.
DIVA was founded in 2007 and has quickly become a prominent provider of entertainment content including films, TV shows and short-format content. Its primary roles is in providing video-on-demand platforms and connected devices around the world. With a focus on award-winning films, classic pictures and specialty-genre content, DIVA finds that its main customers are over-the-top platforms, IPTV operators and device manufacturers in Asia, Europe, Middle East and the USA.
Samsung's Internet TV platform is well-suited for DIVA content, and users of Samsung HDTVs are …