You May Soon Be Able to Get Philo Through Your Cable or Broadband Provider
Philo, the $16 a month entertainment-only skinny bundle, announced today that is it is partnering with the National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC) to offer Philo to the NCTC membership of 750 cable and broadband providers.
Through this partnership, NCTC member companies can offer Philo’s innovative over-the-top service to their eight million TV viewers across the U.S.
Andrew McCollum, CEO of Philo, explained:
“Our partnership with NCTC will expand the available options for millions of TV lovers by giving them access to the unique entertainment-focused package we’ve created. Philo is a perfect complement to the existing services, particularly high-speed internet, that these companies already offer.”
Philo currently features more than 40 top cable channels offering the best in entertainment, lifestyle and knowledge programming, including A&E, AMC, Comedy Central, Food Network, HGTV, ID, Lifetime, MTV, OWN, Tastemade, WE TV and many more.
Rich Fickle, CEO and President of NCTC shared:
“This agreement is another way for our members to offer even more choices to their customers. We know how important it is that we continue to find new ways to add value to our members and our new relationship with Philo, an innovative and forward-thinking brand, is a powerful step in that direction.”
It has been a busy month for Philo. The company released their Apple TV and Fire TV apps, as well as announced a $40 million Series C funding.
What Features are Included with Philo?
Philo includes powerful features and functionality, including:
- Access to 40 channels
- Unlimited DVR for 30 days
- Extensive On-Demand Library
- Ability to pause channels and restart from the beginning
- Watch any program that have aired in the last 3 days
- Streamlined interface with intelligent search and favoriting
What Devices Can Be Used with Philo?
- Apple TV (4th Gen +)
- Amazon Fire TV
- iOS (10+)
- Android (7.0+)
What Channels Can I Watch on Philo?
NCTC is a Kansas not-for-profit corporation that operates as a programming and hardware purchasing organization for its member companies who own and operate cable systems throughout the U.S. and its territories.