OSN's OTT service Wavo to 'disappear'

Company rebrands service, the OSN application launches on April 2 with an array of exclusive content
OSN was founded in 2009 and the broadcaster launched its streaming platform Wavo a few years ago.
OSN was founded in 2009 and the broadcaster launched its streaming platform Wavo a few years ago.


OSN has rebranded its Wavo OTT streaming service, the new service - OSN - is available on osn.com.

Wavo - now erstwhile - will disappear and be replaced by a new OSN app.

The app will receive periodic updates that will add new features to provide an easy user experience.

OSN recently renewed its content partnerships with Disney, HBO, Universal, Paramount, Viacom and MGM to achieve the quickest ‘first-to-air’ rights for blockbuster movies and same-time-as-US broadcast of series, such as Westworld, Killing Eve and Grey’s Anatomy.

In addition, OSN brings variety of Arabic content, documentaries with National Geographic and Discovery, music, comedy, and the Disney Channels and Nickelodeon channels.

Patrick Tillieux, CEO of OSN, said: “Our commitment to our loyal subscribers across the region is to deliver the freshest entertainment and original premium content from across the world by partnering with the greatest content providers and makers."

OSN’s new streaming service will launch on April 2 with a monthly subscription at $9.50, and new users can enjoy a 7-day free trial.

OSN streaming is available on osn.com, IOS and Android mobile apps, Apple TV, Android TV and Samsung and LG TVs.

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