Plex reaches 200 free-to-stream live TV channels

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The media server and streaming firm, Plex, has announced that its free-to-stream live TV channels now number 200, giving users more content to watch. Plex said that the live channels feature hit movies, bingeable series, news and more.

Some of the newly released channels include Discover Film (Global), Christmas Lights (Global), COMMUNE (Global), Eddie’s Wonderland, and Cindie Lite. Since launching free live TV last year, the company has added content from well-known companies including Lionsgate, AMC, Crackle, Euronews and more.

To further support the advertisers who are making it possible for this content to be free, Plex said it’s trying to help them get the most out of their campaigns. Explaining, Plex said:

“Plex is also focused on bringing content providers and advertisers a deep knowledge of ad sales, analytics, data, and innovation to maximize campaign performance for marketers. Increased reach combined with fully transparent data, analytics, and efficient pricing are key pillars that help Plex partners grow their market share and sales.”

To begin streaming content from Plex, just head over to the live TV section of the Plex website to see what’s on and begin watching. If you're not interested in the live TV offering, you can also use Plex to stream music from TIDAL, listen to podcasts, watch web shows and view on-demand films and TV series.

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