OSN adds new channels to Play streaming service

Broadcaster adds 14 new live streaming channels to OSN Play
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OSN has added 14 new live streaming channels OSN Play, its online catch-up service.

OSN Play now features 32 channels, with more to be introduced through the year.

New channel additions will include more from National Geographic and Disney, three Discovery Channels, OSN First HD Home of HBO, Comedy Central, Nick Jr. and Ginx Esports; as well as new Filipino and Bollywood channels.

Provided as a free value added service with all OSN subscription packs, the online TV platform provides access to entertainment across a range of devices including laptops, tablets and mobile phones.

OSN Play already offers direct streaming access to movies, series, sports and news.

Emad Morcos, chief content officer, OSN said: “As a focus for ‘newOSN’, we continue to build on our customer-first strategy. The additional channels that our customers can enjoy for free on OSN Play adds to the variety and accessibility of our premium entertainment, and are a perfect fit to today’s online viewing habits. Now, there is even more to watch, anywhere, anytime, on any device, adding even more value and giving subscribers unrivalled access to content both at home and on-the-go.”

In addition to 32 live streaming channels, OSN Play also features special collections including same-minute as US event coverage like the recent Oscars screening; and exclusive Disney content, including Disney English (a new English learning product) and Disney Channel Hindi.

The additional entertainment available on OSN Play follows the announcement of new channels for subscribers and new packs and prices, which make premium entertainment accessible to all.

 

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