LONDON — A brand new website for live TV shows, including ‘LiveTIX’, is up, and it’s set to launch in early 2018.
The new platform, called LIVETEXT, will offer subscribers the ability to stream live TV channels, plus access to all the current and upcoming episodes.
It will allow subscribers to stream all shows in their area, including the major TV networks and broadcast TV.
LIVETEX will also allow subscribers access to exclusive content and exclusive shows, along with live events, as well as a wide range of other content.
Users can choose between a traditional linear feed and a digital subscription, with a variety of options for both.
For a subscription, subscribers will be able to choose between the traditional broadcast feed, which includes live events and shows from the biggest networks and networks that air on the BBC, or the new “TV Everywhere” service that will stream all the shows from major networks, including ITV, Channel 4 and Sky.
With a subscription plan, subscribers can also watch shows and events live from other platforms, including online streaming services, or on demand.
LIVEATEXT will also be able stream shows that air in the UK, including new shows on BBC One and BBC Two, as part of the BBC’s new “BBC One Everywhere” initiative.LIVEATE will also have a “live stream” feature that allows viewers to watch episodes of the show they want to watch on demand, along the same lines as watching episodes of a TV show on demand on the same channel.LIVE will also offer an “all-access” subscription that allows subscribers to access all the live streams of any show, on demand and from any platform, on a daily basis.
LIVEEXT will allow viewers to pay a flat rate of £20 a month for the service.
This means that viewers will be charged the same for a full year’s subscription to LIVELIFE as they would be for a one-off viewing of the series, even if they don’t watch any live events or live TV.LIVES will also come with a number of additional features, including a “premium” package, in which subscribers can get a “first-rate” discount on all content.
This includes access to premium video, the ability for viewers to stream the show on the web, and a premium mobile app for use on their smartphones.
These features are designed to ensure that subscribers have access to a broad range of content, and that there is a high level of value for money, according to the BBC.
More on LIVETHES launch: https://t.co/KX1hQkDfPkpic.twitter.com/hNX8Nx1X3R — BBC World Service (@bbcworld) May 30, 2018LIVETHING will also let viewers stream any episode of any current or future series on demand if they are using a digital platform.
This means that a subscriber can watch episodes that air before or after a live event or show.LIGHTSETEXT will be the first to launch, and will offer a range of different content, including live events from the BBC and ITV, as they air in UK cinemas.
There will also also be a wide selection of current and forthcoming shows, with new shows to be added every day, as the service expands in the coming months.
LIVEWIRE will also launch in 2018, and offers the same content as LIVESETEXT as it is based in the US, but in a new location in London.