TVPlayer Teams Up With Frequency To Bring Digital Brands To Clients

TVPlayer is one of the leading streaming service providers in the United Kingdom. On January the 6th, the company announced a 3-year deal with Frequency. Frequency is an innovative cloud-based video service, which distributes video content from thousands of different digital providers. Through the collaboration, TVPlayer will be capable of providing their customers with access to the best content digital and broadcast brands has to offer. Frequency will provide TVPlayer with a wide assortment of programming from the top digital brands, social influencers and multi-channel networks.

This will include Studio 71, Newsy, Machinima, and Jukin. The initial line-up will be introduced to the public in February and will include 10 linear channels. By the end of March, more than 150 on-demand channels will be added to the TVPlayer network, thanks to the new partnership. TVPlayer was founded in 2012 and now has more than 1 million active users in the United Kingdom. The service gives consumers access to more than 100 broadcast channels, as well as 30 pays channels for just 5.99 a month.

TVPlayer’s fermium over-the-top television service provides consumers with access to the content they want when they want it. The TVPlayer app has been downloaded over 2.5 million times and is backed by an assortment of investors, including A+E Networks, Hearst Corporation, and Disney-ABC Television Group. The TVPlayer service is available through various platforms, including smartphones, tablets, smart television, Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV.

The TVPlayer service can be enjoyed for free, without any installation whatsoever. Those interested in learning more about the company’s service are advised to visit their official website at