When the “WOW” TV service goes live on the web, it’s likely to be a bit more interesting than it was before, with many of the service’s features — like video, photo, and music streaming — coming to the web.
We’ll be able to see and listen to the shows, and even share clips, on the same page as we would with a traditional TV subscription.
The company that owns the “WWW TV service” told Axios that the service is being launched by the same team that is behind the “TV Everywhere” platform, a service that lets users connect their TV to their devices, including Amazon Fire TV and Chromecast.
That means that we will be able see content on any device, including our home and on the couch.
“It’s not just one platform,” the company said.
“We’ve got this incredible team working on it.”
The company is also taking a more risk-averse approach to the service, and the service will not have ads.
That said, there are a few caveats.
The company will be selling a limited number of the “AWESOME” packages, which includes the “Worldwide WOW” package, which comes with video, music, and photo streaming.
And those packages will be available only through a third-party subscription service, not the “Internet of Things” (IoT) platform that the company is using to deliver the service.
The “WWPTV” package will include a “WorldWide WOW,” but will also have a separate, standalone, subscription that will let users stream the service on any compatible TV device.
The WWPTV package is available now and costs $79 per month.
The “AWSOME” package costs $99 per month and comes with music, photo and video streaming.
The two bundles can also be purchased separately.
The $79 price tag for the “awesome” package is a bit high, given that the first two “AWG” products — a video and photo-streaming app — are free.
The third, “AWWESOME,” package is $79 and comes bundled with two different video and audio streaming services: the “HollywoodWOWTV” service, which lets you watch the show on any connected TV, and a “WWEWOW,” which lets users stream on any TV.