TORONTO, CA – August 27, 2019 – Zone·tv continues to add exciting new programming to its zone·ify multi-channel service in a licensing agreement with TWIT.tv. Under the agreement, TWiT.tv’s incredible tech-oriented content will be programmed on zone·ify’s Brainiac channel and will also be available to viewers on their my·zone personalized channel.
Since 2005, TWiT.tv audio and video podcasts have provided news, commentary, help, how-to and perspective on the latest trends in tech from seasoned experts and journalists. As TWiT.tv’s lineup has grown to over 16 shows, their facilities have expanded into a multi-million-dollar studio.
“Zone·tv is delighted to be in business with TWiT.tv.” said Jeff Weber, CEO of zone·tv. “Their technology-related insights and shows are outstanding and will bring a lot of exciting new programming on zone·ify’s Brainiac channel.”
“We love how ZoneTV is growing their platform and giving the viewer what they want,” said Lisa Laporte, CEO of TWiT.tv. “Our tech news, help, and how-to shows are a perfect fit, and we are excited to be a part of the Brainiac channel on Zone·ify.”
On Brainiac, learn more enlightening information about your favorite science, or keep up to date with the latest gadgets in the tech world. All the information is on one channel to satisfy any scholarly inner geek.
Zone·ify is comprised of 13 linear-style genre-focused, professionally programmed dynamic channels which super serve fans and provide a rich source of curated content for passionate viewers of various genres including sports, cooking, kids, lifestyle, gaming, news, and more.
Powered by artificial intelligence, zone·ify provides viewers the ability to create a personalized viewing experience. Using conventional remotes and touch on smart mobile phones, viewers interact with highly curated stories that resonate with them.
With the click of a button, the channel is reprogrammed to reflect the viewer’s preferred thematic choice. The more a subscriber watches, the quicker the platform learns preferences and creates personalized linear channels from a continuously growing library of exciting new video content.
Zone·tv bridges the gap between technology and engaging programming with its innovative technology solution offering a best-in-class, convenient and highly personalized viewer experience. The zone·tv™ Studio suite of tools allows any video service provider to create personalized thematic channels with their own content. Zone·tv uses its own zone·tv™ Studio tools to create the zone·ify multi-channel video service, an unprecedented linear-like viewing experience, powered by A.I. Its proprietary software architecture combined with an 8,000+ hour content library has powered the company’s monumental growth. Zone·tv has become the largest provider of thematic subscription video on demand services in North America with more than 28 SVOD channels.
Its diverse programming can be seen on, Comcast Xfinity, DIRECTV, Rogers Ignite TV, CenturyLink Prism TV, AT&T U-verse, TELUS Optik TV, Bell Fibe TV, Frontier Vantage, Armstrong Cable and others. The company has offices in Toronto, Canada and Los Angeles, California.
Get zone·ify directly on the App Stores or online at www.zoneify.tv
For more information about our company, visit www.zone.tv.
TWiT.tv (This Week in Tech) is the home of the #1 ranked technology podcast, This Week in Tech. Founded in 2005 by Leo Laporte, TWiT.tv has grown into a multi-million-dollar business that now consists of 16 different shows focused on tech news, commentary, reviews, and how-to’s. TWiT’s shows generate over 50 million downloads and streams each year and are available on the top pod-catchers and at our website at twit.tv.
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