Samsung TV+ Adds New Free Channels from MLB, PGA, Formula One, AHL, & More





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Today Samsung announced a new partnership with MLB, the PGA Tour, AHL, Formula One, and Championship TV to bring new sports-dedicated channels to Samsung TV+, a free ad-supported streaming service.

“At Samsung, we envision a future where intelligent, interconnected experiences enrich our lives. That’s why we’re prioritizing AI, as it is the cornerstone of our innovation,” said Cathy Oh, VP, Head of Marketing, Samsung Service Business. “Through our ongoing investment in AI, we continuously push boundaries and set the benchmark for the Smart TV industry and in turn, fuel world-class solutions for advertisers.”

Here is how Samsung describes these new channels:

  • MLB: Samsung TV Plus and MLB are partnering up to bring the best of baseball coverage to FAST, allowing viewers to enjoy the MLB FAST channel with a weekly game replay, Minor league game replays, and game recaps, among other content exclusives to come later in the season.
  • PGA TOUR: This new offering will deliver total coverage on all things PGA TOUR, with behind-the-scenes programming, documentaries, tournament recaps, highlights, competitions, and more.
  • AHL: Samsung TV Plus will be the first FAST platform to air live American Hockey League games through the Los Angeles Kings affiliate, the Ontario Reign. 
  • Formula One Channel: We’re also delighted to have Formula 1’s brand new FAST Channel at launch. The Formula 1 Channel is the ultimate destination for fans to catch up on all the action from F1, F2, F3, and F1 Academy races throughout the season, including analysis, replays and documentaries.
  • ONE Championship TV: The launch of ONE Championship TV will bring combat sports content to the service. Featuring unique live events to TV Plus, highlights, series and behind-the scenes access from the world’s largest martial arts organization.

Samsung TV+ is available on Samsung TVs made since 2016 and select other devices including Galaxy devices.

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