New Free Streaming Service Globi Launches Today


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There’s a new free streaming service on the market. Globi, focusing on foreign film and TV content officially launched today, giving viewers access to more than 500 hours of the best, award-winning features and TV series from around the world. Globi is be accessible online and via supported devices, including Amazon TV, Apple TV, Roku, Samsung TV, Apple and Android Mobile. The free, premium linear and VOD platform will also be available in most countries around the world by the end of 2022.

Globi features a curated collection of titles from over 20 countries, most of which are exclusive to the platform. The service provides a much needed platform for niche entertainment from around the globe.

“Audiences have established their desire to consume original, international content – Globi now enters the expansive streaming marketplace to directly feed this need as the only free, foreign-focused platform,” stated Globi CEO Tariq Jalil. “Providing American audiences with the opportunity to binge sophisticated global fare and broaden their exposure to diverse cultures through compelling films and TV series, Globi intends to shift the consumption of award-winning content to furthe strengthen and expand the cultured streaming experience.”

Available now on both linear and video on demand programming, English-speaking audiences can access Globi’s impressive foreign content, including: Official Selection of the 2016 Venice Film Festival, the French drama Polina; the Spanish drama Ma Ma, starring Academy Award winner Penélope Cruz (Vicky Cristina Barcelona); Denmark’s crime-drama, Terribly Happy; the Belgian hitdrama, “Over Water”; Sweden’s crime series, “Stockholm Requiem”; notable Finnish action-drama Rare Exports; Estonia’s award-winning horror feature, November; Columbia’s Academy Award nominated historical drama, Embrace the Serpent; winner of the Grand Prize of the Jury at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, Italy’s Reality and more.

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