Netgem.TV en UK – La presse en parle !

Revue de presse concernant le lancement du nouveau service Netgem.TV en UK porté par le groupe français Netgem.

La presse spécialisée relève très clairement l’innovation lancée par la société et destinée au grand public. Elle positionne le service Netgem.TV comme concurrent direct du service de la société américaine Roku !


Netgem lança oficialmente serviço de TV inteligente – SmarT TV

Em um movimento que a empresa diz ser uma reinvenção dos serviços de TV, com a primeira experiência personalizada e oferecendo o melhor da TV paga e gratuita, a netgem.tv anunciou o lançamento oficial de sua próxima geração de serviços de TV inteligente, as Smart TVs.[…]

Paolo Pescatore, vice-président des services aux consommateurs de MIDiA Research : « Cela représente une étape clé dans le processus de réinvention de la société en tant que marque axée sur le consommateur. Il existe encore des obstacles, mais ils représentent une excellente alternative aux services de télévision coûteux pour les consommateurs.C’est un excellent partenaire pour les entreprises de télécommunications et les autres fournisseurs cherchant à offrir un service de télévision riche en contenu. »

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Sylvain Thevenot, directeur général de netgem.tv, a déclaré : « La télévision a beaucoup évolué ces dernières années et, avec netgem.tv, nous sommes heureux de réunir le meilleur de la télévision payante avec le meilleur de la télévision gratuite, offrant les valeur dans tout le contenu. segments de consommation. Si vous êtes un parent qui n’aime pas l’heure et qui veut suivre votre série préférée sans avoir à chercher du contenu dans plusieurs applications, ou si vous êtes un adolescent qui souhaite regarder la dernière émission de téléréalité dans sa chambre ou simplement accéder aux informations enregistrées sur votre tablette. nous réinventons la télévision avec un service de télévision multi-écrans simple, abordable et personnalisé. »


Experience and support center stage for netgem.tv

nscreen-logo-large.jpgWith wafer-thin margins and intense competition, making money in connected-TV device sales has never been tougher.

One European device maker has come up with a way to differentiate its product and possibly create a new service revenue stream in the process.
European connected-TV device maker Netgem announced Monday a new service product – called netgem.tv – to tackle two of the thorniest problems facing video consumers today : finding something to watch and managing the viewing experience.

Starting now, when UK consumers buy a Netgem  NetBox 4K for £149 ($190) they also get netgem.tv service.

  • Netgem Netbox 4K
  • Netgem.tv – content discovery
  • Netgem.tv – support
  • Netgem.TV – multiscreen support
  • Netgem.TV to become a revenue service

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Netgem reveals new smart TV service

Netgem has unveiled new smart TV service and mobile app.

The new app-powered TV service will be available on mobile devices bundled with the UK’s first Freeview and 4K media streamer, the NetBox 4K.

Netgem.tv’s service will offer over 50,000 hours of content with access to over 100 live Freeview channels, as well as catch-up content from BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All4, My5, UKTV Play and access to streaming services Amazon Prime Video, YouTube 4K and Rakuten TV.

Viewers can watch their favourite programmes on the television or the mobile app, and can use their smartphone as a companion app for searching content and controlling the TV.

[…] The NetBox 4K device bundled with the netgem.tv personalised experience service will be available in the UK from the 28th November on Amazon.co.uk.

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Netgem officially launches smart TV service

netgem_three_21nov2018In a move that the company says is a reinvention of TV services, with the first personalised experience and offering best of free and pay-TV, netgem.tv has announced the official launch of its next-generation of smart TV service.

Combining a new app-powered TV personalised service, which will be available on iOS/Android bundled with the NetBox 4K, the UK’s first Freeview and 4K media streamer, the service aims to bring TV streaming experience to a new level for UK consumers.

It offers over 50,000 hours of content with access to 100 live Freeview channels, catch-up content from the BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All4, My5, UKTV Play, plus access to leading streaming platforms like Amazon Prime Video, YouTube 4K and Rakuten TV.

Newly refreshed content is always presented by relevance and category, rather than leaving the viewer to face a wall of apps. The netgem.tv service also gives access to multi-room functionality, with one app able to stream to multiple screens in the home.

When users sign up via an app on iOS or Android, they gain access to recommended content based on their preferences and evolving with their everyday selection. Each time the TV is on or the mobile app is opened, users can watch live or recorded or cast content onto the main TV, then using their smartphone as a companion app for searching content and controlling the TV.

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netgem.tv offers best of free & pay-TV

Entertainment technology specialist netgem.tv has launched its next-generation of smart TV service. Combining its new app-powered TV personalised service, which will be available on iOS/Android bundled with the UK’s first Freeview and 4K media streamer – the NetBox 4K -, to bring TV streaming experience to a new level for UK consumers.

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The NetBox 4K claims to be the first device in the UK combining full 4K media streaming capabilities over high-speed Wifi, with complete Freeview live channels, catch-up players  and TV recording. Inside a compact chassis is a state-of-the-art technology, such as UHD – 4K HDR definition and Dolby Atmos crisp sound, to ensure viewers have the highest quality when enjoying their favourite shows.

The philosophy of the service is to always present content that is relevant to the viewer, either on their personal Mobile App or the main TV screen, and netgem.tv will always prominently present the ‘free-to-view’ or ‘free-for-me’ content (for example, titles from Amazon Prime if the user has an active Amazon Prime Video account).

The 4K device also has the option for viewers to record with a helpful personal video recording (PVR) function. Using any USB memory stick, TV programmes can be saved to for later viewing, meaning no one in the family misses the show they love. This makes it the most affordable 4K PVR in the market, by simply adding a memory stick, instead of buying an expensive hard-drive PVR.

The NetBox 4K device bundled with the netgem.tv personalised experience service will launch first in the UK.

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