Targeting big box retailers, hotels, college dorms, residential centers, assisted living facilities, and other businesses, Skyboxe said it will launch later this year in the US, Canada and Mexico with a hybrid mix of local TV stations and a la carte subscriptions to services like HBO Go, MLB, Hulu, Netflix.
“Skyboxe offers a distinct alternative to high-priced cable or satellite TV while amassing distribution very differently from how Apple TV, Roku, TiVo, Chromecast or Amazon Prime operates,” said Isaac Jacobson, executive vice president of corporate development.
Skyboxe said it has a proprietary Android-based system that will allow it to deliver a combination of broadcast stations, cable networks, streaming services, video gaming, music, telephony and more over any device.
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