Vidgo was first announced several years ago as a new live TV streaming service. This was back when Sling TV and PlayStation Vue was the only live TV streaming services on the market. Now Vidgo announces a new partnership with Float to power their new live TV streaming service.
As part of this deal with Folat Vidgo announces that their live TV streaming service will launch on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Web, and iOS and Android Mobile.
“The way people watch TV has completely changed in the past few years,” said Shane Cannon, CEO of Vidgo. “In this new environment, consumers expect to watch their favorite content across a multi-screen platform at home or on the go. Float Left provides Vidgo with the ability to serve all platforms, and deliver the best live streaming experience.”
At this time no dates, pricing, or channel lineup have been announced for Vidgo. Yet Vidgo did say they will over 40+ channels as part of their lineup we just don’t know what channels will be included. Hopefully, in the months to come, we will learn more.
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