Select TVFreeCast’s Select TV officially opens to the public, bringing the TV experience into the 21st Century.

More than two years of work have culminated this week with the first public release of Select TV, FreeCast’s next generation entertainment platform. Promising “TV on Your Terms” by putting consumers in control and giving them an unlimited selection of content from which to build a personalized media experience, Select TV searches millions of sources world-wide to bring together more content than even the largest on-demand libraries. By bringing together all types of content, live and on-demand, free and paid, Select TV becomes an essential for cord-cutters and an unparalleled tool for managing TV everywhere services as well.
“If it’s on the internet, and almost everything these days is, you can watch it with Select TV. And it’s all in one place: something that we took for granted with cable and satellite, but realized we needed when we cut the cord.” FreeCast’s CEO William Mobley stated. “This isn’t just another Netflix-style library or miniature bundle of channels, it’s truly à la carte TV, delivered via the web, on all devices, and available everywhere. All of these apps and services that consumers are flocking to are today’s networks, and Select TV is the service that can manage them all for you, combining them into a single TV experience that’s simple to use and better than anything before.”

With over 350,000 TV episodes, 200,000 movies, 1,200 streaming channels, a full calendar of live events streaming via the web, over 75,000 radio stations, music videos, games, and more, Select TV is ready to become the must-have media guide for the 21st century. Now available on PCs via the web, mobile apps will be made available in the coming weeks, bringing the service to all devices, from tablets and smartphones to Android-powered set top boxes and smart TVs. With its low price of $2.99 per month and wide availability across all platforms, FreeCast expects to start seeing Select TV everywhere.
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