Tag Archives: Tubi TV

Free TV streaming services like Tubi help make cord cutting make sense

[Tubi] just announced that viewership in 2018 was 4.3 times greater than the year before, and that December alone brought in more viewing time than all of 2017. (It did not share specific hard numbers, though it claims to be the largest ad-supported streaming service.) – Jared Newman, Fast Company » http://bit.ly/2CWG2Qp

Free streaming service Tubi TV grabs $20 million in new funding

San Francisco-based Tubi TV has raised an additional $20 million for its advertising-supported streaming service for TV and movies. Investors in the round are betting on the fact that the next big streaming competitor won’t be a direct rival to Netflix and others with a subscription-based business model, but rather a free service that offers a wide variety of titles for free viewing. – Sarah Perez, TechCrunch http://ift.tt/2q0ZgPE

What’s New On Tubi TV March 2016: Movies And Shows Available To Stream For Free

Available in March only:
  • Abduction
  • The Arrival
  • Crash
  • Margin Call
  • Death at a Funeral (Will be available second week of March)
  • Desperately Seeking Susan
  • Lions for Lambs
  • Lars and the Real Girl
  • Men At Work
  • Pumpkin (Will be available first week of March)
  • Pumpkinhead (Will be available first week of March)
  • Star Trek V: Insurrection

Paige Gawley, Decider   (Full Story:http://ift.tt/1Rvav63)

MGM, Lionsgate Invest In TubiTV, Hundreds Of Titles To Be Added

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Lionsgate have made an investment in adRise, the parent company of Tubi TV. This seems on the surface as good news as it appears they will be adding hundreds of titles (including Midnight Cowboy, Crash, Rain Man, The Hurt Locker, Pink Panther, Fargo, and American Psycho) to the free ad supported service. – William B. West, Rokuki.com

Tubi TV Streams To iOS, The Web

Tubi TV, the free, ad-supported VOD service that grapples with with Crackle, has expanded its screen mix with the launch of apps for the iOS platform and Web browsers. […] a product of AdRise, launched in April, debuting on the Amazon Fire TV and the Xbox 360. Platforms targeted for the future include the Kindle Fire, Samsung and Sony smart TVs, TiVo, and Western Digital’s WD TV media player. – Jeff Baumgartner,Multichannel News