There Is a Brand New Free Streaming Service With Over 200 Live Channels For Cord Cutters From TCL Called TCLtv+





Today TCL, the maker of popular Roku TVs, Fire TVs, and Google TVs announced a new free streaming called TCLtv+. This new service will offer over 200 live channels and over 1500 on-demand movies and TV shows. TCL says they will also be adding new titles every week from major content providers. This includes content from NBCUniversal, Scripps Media, FilmRise, and more.

“As a top two best-selling TV brand in the U.S. for four consecutive years, TCL is constantly innovating and looking for ways to offer our customers greater value and more importantly, a better experience. Providing free content plays a huge part in our continuing success so we are excited make our mark on the streaming world with TCLtv+,” said Mark Zhang, President, TCL North America. “We are always listening to what consumers want and with TCLtv+, we’re responding to their desire for more content and new experiences. TCL is making entertainment look good with high-quality picture performance on our TVs and elevating the content by making it free.”

“With our trusted partners, who are also on the cutting edge of technology, TCLtv+ will bring premium content to its FAST Channel and AVOD (Ad-Supported Video-on-Demand) viewers. TCL’s new customized content strategy brings the next generation of TV to audiences with a broader, more dynamic library of streaming channels,” said Haohong Wang, General Manager, TCL Research America. “Our award-winning smart TV lineup has continued to raise the bar for consumers seeking the very best in entertainment, pushing the boundaries of what world-class products can achieve. And now, TCL is ushering in the future of television with viewing enhancements through IDEO that makes watching content on TCLtv+ a deeper, more interactive experience.”

TCLtv+ is now available in U.S. and Canada on TCL TVs with Google TV. TCL says the new service will be available soon on TCL sets featuring the Roku TV and Fire TV platforms. Customers will automatically see the channel and can begin using the service for free. There are no subscriptions, fees or logins required to access TCLtv+. No exact dates have been announced for support on Roku TVs and FIre TVs.

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