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Celebrities Find The Cure For Subscription Fatigue

Celebrities Find The Cure For Subscription Fatigue

Thomas Miller

A host of famous faces have discovered something life changing in Tubi’s brand new ad campaign. In the midst of the streaming wars, six celebrities find the cure for subscription fatigue during, what at first appears to be, a typical therapy session. They’ve all admitted that they’ve met “someone” new to help alleviate them of their streaming problems: the world’s largest free streaming service, Tubi.

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Headquartered in San Francisco, Tubi (www.tubi.tv) is the world’s largest ad-supported video on demand service with over 15,000 movies and television shows from nearly every major Hollywood studio. The service gives fans of films and television programs an easy way to discover new content which is available completely free. Currently available in the US and Canada, Tubi can be accessed on over 25 devices – the most of any AVOD service – including Amazon FireTV, Roku, Comcast Xfinity, Cox Contour, iOS, Android and many others. A full list of devices can be found here: https://tubitv.com/static/devices. Tubi is backed by Foundation Capital, Cota Capital, Jump Capital, and Danhua Capital, as well as strategic investors MGM, Lionsgate, and TEGNA Ventures.

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Tubi’s library has rapidly expanded to more than 12,000 movies and television series which makes its content volume more than double in size to Netflix – and it has approximately 40,000 hours of content. Tubi consistently ranks as one of the most watched apps on the world’s largest platforms including Amazon’s Fire TV, Roku iOS, Android, and many others. Tubi’s partnership with Cox Contour marks their second MVPD deal after Comcast Xfinity X1, and remains the only AVOD (ad-supported video on demand) streaming service with distribution as a standalone app on MVPD devices.

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