Crackle video streaming now for LG, Samsung

23rd January 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, January 23, 2013: Crackle, the multi-platform entertainment network released that its application is now available on millions of LG, Samsung and VIZIO Smart TVs, as well as on Samsung Blu-ray players. Crackle already has its presence on Sony Internet TVs and Blu-ray players but with this latest announcement, it will be available on all leading smart TV manufacturers.

Crackle hand-picks Hollywood movies, television and original series to the tastes of its digitally connected audience, focusing on genres like action, comedy, crime, horror and sci-fi. The Crackle App and online service is free to download and free to watch, and offers unlimited ad-supported viewing of all content available on Crackle.com, including TV and film hits Rescue Me, District 9, Underworld and Snatch.

Phil Lynch, Senior Vice President, Digital Networks and Games, Sony Pictures Television, said, ”The penetration of IP-connected TVs and Blu-ray players in the living room is rapidly growing and these devices are fast becoming the new standard. We are pleased with Crackle’s performance on Sony connected devices to date-as well as viewers’ overwhelmingly positive reception to the service-and are excited to begin 2013 with a major expansion into these other leading brands of connected TVs.”

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