Stream Art to Your TV

WindowSight, a streaming service that uses TV screens to display works of art — both still images and video — has launched with free and paid subscription plans.

The content includes over 10,000 pieces from 150+ artists, spanning paintings, illustrations, photography, video and digital art.

With the free plan, you get HD display on one TV and the ability to automatically switch images every six minutes.

With a $5.99/month “basic” plan, you get “full HD” on one TV and the ability to automatically switch images every three minutes. Also, 50% of the fee will go directly to participating artists.

With a $11.99/month “premium” plan, you get “4K Ultra HD” on up to three TVs, the ability to automatically switch images every minutes, and 60% of your fee going directly to participating artists.

WindowSight connects to smart TVs through an iOS or Android app, with apps for Roku and Fire Stick expected in the first quarter of 2022.

For more, visit WindowSight.com.

(Top image by WindowSight, artwork by Jim Richardson)

About Les Luchter

Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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