VRV Launches PC trials

SVOD aggregation service boots up limited beta for Web browsers
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VRV, the SVOD aggregation service from Ellation, has booted up a beta that extends access to Web browsers.

The beta test limits functionality to the browsing and playing back of video, but doesn’t currently support other features on its apps for mobile devices and certain TV-connected platforms, such as search, VRV’s Watchlist, and the ability to comment. VRV also is not supporting Internet Explorer and Opera Web browsers for this trial.

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VRV has already extended access to Google Chromecast streaming adapters, iOS and Android mobile devices, and Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles.

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VRV offers a curated bundle of eight SVOD channels for $9.99 per month, and sells individual subscriptions for several services, including Crunchyroll, Tested, Shudder, Ginx, Rooster Teeth, Machinima, Seeso, and Cartoon Hangover, among others.

Ellation is a portfolio company of Otter Media, the OTT-focused joint venture of AT&T and The Chernin Group.