SAN FRANCISCO (Oct. 15, 2018) – National streaming TV service Philo, which pioneered the entertainment-focused “skinny bundle,” today announced it is adding more content and more value to its service. Joining the now 50-plus channel, $20-tiered package, aspireTV, REVOLT, and UPtv bring premier programming to the platform. These new channels join a slate of top content from the likes of A&E, AMC, Comedy Central, Discovery Channel, Food Network, HGTV, Investigation Discovery (ID), Lifetime, Logo, MTV Live, Nick Toons, TLC, Travel Channel, VH1, Viceland, and more.
Subscribers can now add 12 more channels to Philo’s $16 base package for just $4 more per month. All Philo subscribers can watch their favorite shows live from wherever they are in the U.S. on most web, mobile, and TV streaming devices, including Apple TV, FireTV and Roku. Additionally customers can enjoy up to three live streams at the same time, take advantage of 30-day unlimited-storage DVR at no additional cost, and watch thousand of shows and movies on-demand.
Adding to an already diverse and engaging array of content are:
Trying Philo is simple — start watching in seconds with just a phone number at philo.com.
ABOUT PHILO Inspired by Philo T. Farnsworth, the inventor of electronic television, Philo was created to build a better TV experience. The company started in the college market and is now available nationwide, offering subscribers dozens of top-rated television channels for just $16. In addition to being the first entertainment-focused streaming TV service, Philo offers live TV, unlimited DVR, on-demand, and content from top programmers all available on web browsers, iOS, iPad, FireTV, Roku, with more to come. Philo is based in San Francisco, with offices in New York and Cambridge, MA. For more information, visit philo.com.
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The Philo channel lineup is below (updated 11/26/2018).