Displaying

roku posts

Apr 24th 2012

AOL Unveils The AOL On Network



At AOL, we want to bring people closer to the things that matter, while helping them discover and share stories and information that color their lives, especially when it comes to video. Today we announced the launch of The AOL On Network – a new video platform that offers premium content across 14 content channels including food, business, entertainment, style, tech, travel, health and others, and reaches nearly 57 million U.S. consumers.*

At the center of the Network is the AOL On video hub (http://on.aol.com), a premier destination for consumers to discover all the videos they should be watching now. The AOL On hub offers a true point of view. Curated by a team of programmers, the hub features original shows, partner content from a library ofover 320,000 high quality, short-form videos created by more than 1,000 premier publishers, and curated video playlists hand-selected by industry thought leaders. High profile celebrities like Nina Garcia, Rachel Roy, Heidi Klum, Adrian Grenier, Erin Fetherston, Marc Forgione, Sam Talbot and Christine Vachon have already signed on to curate AOL On playlists and share their passions and unique perspectives with viewers.

You can experience AOL On content across the desktop, mobile and tablet optimized sites and apps, and in the living room through AOL On HD via Samsung, Sony, Roku, Google TV, Boxee and Yahoo! Connected TV devices.

The launch of The AOL On Network was announced at AOL's 2012 Digital Content NewFront, where more than 450 brand advertisers, marketers, agencies and digital and TV media buyers came together to see AOL's new slate of video programming, meet original programming producers and casts, and experience the power and reach of the AOL brand.

* comScore March 2012; total U.S. viewers

See the full press release here.

Jan 17th 2012

AOL HD Teams with Sony to Bring Online Video to the Living Room


Today, we're truly excited to deliver AOL's high quality content to even more homes around the world with the launch of the our AOL HD app, now available for download on Sony's Internet TVs and Internet TV Blu-ray Disc Player. Sony is the latest connected device to feature the app, which takes AOL's incredible collection of high-definition video content from the Web to the living room. With the click of a remote, users can discover new tech, lifestyle, celebrity and entertainment content updated daily from across the Huffington Post Media Group, including Engadget, TechCrunch, Translogic, Moviefone, Huffington Post Celebrity and AOL Music's full CD Listening Party (CDLP).

With this latest announcement, more living rooms than ever will have access to our content. Sony joins Samsung, Google TV, Roku, Boxee, DivX TV and Yahoo! Connected TV among those already offering AOL HD content. To learn more about our offerings, please read the full press release here.

Oct 28th 2011

AOL HD Expands Its Reach



Attention Connected TV fans! AOL HD is now available for immediate download on Samsung Smart TV and Google TV platforms. Originally launched in July on Roku, Boxee, DivX TV, and Yahoo! Connected TV, we're now excited to bring our programs to even more living rooms across the world.

AOL HD features some of your favorite content from across AOL Huffington Post Media Group, including gadget and tech news from sites like Engadget, TechCrunch and Translogic; celebrity news and interviews from franchises like Moviefone and Huffington Post Celebrity; and cooking, lifestyle and home improvement videos from celebrities like Eric Stromer, Sam Talbot and Carter Oosterhouse. In addition, you'll be able to listen to albums from some of your favorite new artists before they are released on AOL Music's CD Listening Party.



To learn more about Samsung Smart TV, visit Samsung's SmartTV website. To learn more about Google TV, visit GoogleTV.com.

Want to install AOL HD? Visit AOLHD.com for instructions for all supported devices.

To learn more about AOL HD, please read our press release.

Search the blog

Follow us

RSS feed

Subscribe

AOL Blog Archives

Select Month