Industry Expert & ScreenHits TV CEO Rose Hulse Comments As Mulan Moves back In! TV Streaming Is At Fever Pitch So What Next?
TV Streaming is at an all-time high and demand is on the rise! Could the recent news about Mulan’s release on Disney+ signal that the post-Covid19 world is one where streaming giants are now the default medium for entertainment?
Watching from home may be safest for everyone right now, but it can also be the most enjoyable. Accessibility, diversity and affordability is more prevalent when streaming your entertainment picks from platforms like Netflix, Amazon and HBO – each of which now boasts some of the most exciting cinematic titles, easily besting cinemas in the current climate.
It’s also a great time to talk about what On Demand viewing means to us all. One part of the conversation is ScreenHits TV – a new and exciting development in home entertainment. Partnering with the industry’s biggest platforms including Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, Britbox, BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, Kidoodle, Eurosport and more, the app was designed to simplify TV streaming and tackle subscription fatigue in an overcrowded market – providing FREE and easy integration of all your TV subscriptions.
Of the many perks, ScreenHits TV allows you to organise your subscriptions in ONE place and see what’s trending across all platforms in one easy-to-use TV guide. With much needed parental controls so kids can stream safely, it will also simplify your account management by enabling you to easily cancel or restart subscriptions. It provides a new way for you to control your spending and offers bundle packages, giving you huge savings.
We’d love to work with you on facilitating a look at the ways streaming has managed to usurp more traditional methods of viewing and what the future looks like. On Demand options are developing faster and more intelligently than ever, as watching from home becomes the new norm.
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ScreenHits TV app will allow subscribers to integrate the leading streaming platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, Britbox, BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, Kidoodle, Eurosport and more onto one app. Now available via desktop and soon to be available via Samsung/LG Plus Smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Roku Stick, Apple Store, Google Chromecast, iOS and Android.