Samsung to launch personalized Smart TV services at CES

Samsung has announced that it will introduce three new Smart TV services at CES 2017. The new services will be ‘Sports’, ‘Music,’ and ‘TV Plus’; they’ll offer personalized content to customers based on their TV preferences through Samsung’s Smart Hub platform.

The sports service will give users information on their favorite teams, where and how they can watch them play, and see scores for games. Over time, Samsung will expand the range of content offered through the ‘Sports’ service with additional content from partners including NBC Sports and UFC.

The music service will allow you to search and identify songs on live TV or direct from TV programs. The music service offers content from eight music app services including Spotify, iHeartRadio, Napster, Deezer, Sirius XM, Vevo, Melon, and Bugs and will be available in France, Germany, Italy, South Korea, Spain, the UK, and the US, at launch.

‘TV Plus’ will allow users to access IP-based channels focused on premium content services. With ‘TV Plus’, Samsung customers will no longer have to wait for cable services to offer marathon sessions of their favorite TV shows and can watch immediately just by turning on a TV Plus channel. ‘TV Plus’ already launched in South East Asia and is now available in the US. Europeans will have to wait until April to get access.

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