New York, NY – Digital Media Rights (DMR), a pioneer in digital distribution and OTT channels, today announced that their five quickly-expanding OTT channels, Yuyu TV, Midnight Pulp, AsianCrush, Cocoro and KMTV, will all be immediately available via Samsung Smart TVs.
DMR’s suite of OTT channels has been built to serve passionate, fan-focused audiences hungry for content that is underserved via traditional and other digital media outlets. Yuyu TV offers a carefully curated selection of mainstream and arthouse film and documentary titles, along with binge-worthy television series perfect for savvy cord-cutters; AsianCrush’s selection of premium movies and television programs, exclusive anime, and more has made it one of the largest Asian streaming destinations; Midnight Pulp offers an expertly-curated selection of genre programming specializing in horror, paranormal, sci-fi and action with a twist of millennial irreverence; COCORO is the ultimate destination for families overflowing with kid-friendly shows designed to educate and entertain; and, KMTV offers all things K-Pop, from the newest music video releases, to star-studded variety shows and k-drama news.
“We are all about building fan-centric communities around our content across OTT and social. While there are plenty of mass-market streaming options for consumers, we’ve strived to create leading specialty streaming services that meaningfully engage with, and are sought after by our fans, says Michael Hong, CEO of DMR.
“Samsung has long been a Smart TV pioneer. With the channel’s new availability on Samsung Smart TVs, we have the perfect partner and platform for expansion, offering consumers and our fans another convenient way to access our channels,” says David Chu, President of DMR.
Aside from their availability on Samsung Smart TV’s, DMR’s OTT channels are also available on the web, iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast and additional platforms, and features thousands of streaming titles, with new titles programmed each week. The channels are all available to consumers on a freemium model, which they can choose to view for free or with a premium subscription. Registered users can watch videos for free with commercials while premium subscribers can access the entire selection of titles without commercials, in addition to early releases, director’s cuts and exclusive content. Premium subscription pricing starts at $4.99 a month, per channel.