Norwegian streaming providing Strim, owned by digital-terrestrial TV platform operator RiksTV has tapped Norigin Media to supply new TV apps on good TVs and broaden its streaming service onto giant screens.
Strim affords most Norwegian linear TV channels in addition to video on demand content material. Some packages additionally embody HBO Nordic, Paramount+ and Viaplay.
The streaming service is the primary in Norway to mixture content material from a number of OTT companies and broadcasters, eliminating the necessity for customers to buy and handle a number of streaming subscriptions. RiksTV is owned equally by each nationwide broadcasters in Norway, NRK and TV2.
At the moment accessible on PC and Mac, Android, and iOS and TvOS gadgets, Strim will quickly launch on good TVs, utilizing Norigin Media’s TV App framework and growth companies. The framework is supported by producers of Good TVs and console, together with Samsung, LG, Philips, Sony and PlayStation.
“We noticed an important want for Strim to be accessible additionally on Good TVs, that are quick turning into the chosen methodology of streaming tv. We’re glad to collaborate with Norigin Media to broaden the attain of our OTT service into all dwelling rooms in Norway. We selected a companion with a excessive degree of experience on these gadgets and nice references from different broadcasters and pay TV operators,” says Jérôme Franck-Sætervoll, CEO of RiksTV.
“Norway has one of many highest web consumer penetration charges in Europe, regardless of its complicated infrastructure because of its excessive mountains and chilly temperatures. Strim will make tv extra broadly accessible to anybody, no matter whether or not they’re at dwelling or on the cabin,” says Ajey Anand, CEO of Norigin Media.