LG announces plans to increase content offering on Pluto Tv at the CES 2023

During the CES 2023, LG announced plans to increase its content offering on Pluto Tv as well as increasing the number of countries that can be able to access it.

Pluto Tv is a partnership between LG and Paramount Global which enables users of LG Tvs to access over 100 channels of interesting content for free.

The deal was announced Wednesday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas by Tom Ryan, the president of streaming at Paramount Global, and LG Electronics’ CEO William Cho.

The streaming service offers a vast selection of live TV channels, movies, and TV shows and is available on a variety of devices, including LG smart TVs, smartphones, and tablets. It offers a seamless and intuitive interface that makes it easy to find what you’re looking for, and the interface is customizable, allowing users to create their own channel lineup.

It offers a variety of live TV channels, covering everything from news and sports to movies and entertainment. Some of the popular channels offered on the service include Pluto TV News, Pluto TV Sports, and Pluto TV Movies. The service also offers a range of international channels, catering to viewers from different regions and cultures.

The service also offers a vast library of VOD content, including popular TV shows and movies. The content is updated regularly, ensuring that there’s always something new to watch. The service also offers a range of genres, from action and drama to comedy and romance, making it easy to find something that appeals to everyone.

Pluto TV is currently available in nearly three dozen countries around the world, including Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Latin America.