AMOS TV now available to Google TV Users

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AMOS TV introduces its new High-Definition ambient video website, optimized for Google TV

AMOS TV, a leading provider of high-definition ambient videos, is excited to announce the launch of its new website, optimized for use on the Google TV platform.

The new website can be accessed through the Google TV browser, currently available on select Sony Internet TV models, as well as the Sony Internet TV Blu-ray Disc Player and Logitech Revue device. Consumers who visit will have the opportunity to preview a wide variety of ambient videos and also purchase full-length versions of the same content, streamed directly to their Google TV enabled device.

Bringing together spectacular cinematography from around the world, set to prominent soundtracks across music genres, AMOS TV’s unique high-definition videos feature incredible scenes ranging from wildlife to city life, with music spanning from classical to trance – and everything in between.

“We are proud to be able to offer our unique HD ambient videos through Google TV,” said Ohad Maiman, CEO and Co-Founder of AMOS TV. “As a key part of our content distribution strategy, we truly believe Web-connected products are an incredible platform to showcase the high-quality of our HD videos and provide another venue for consumers to experience AMOS TV.”

The content available on the new AMOS TV Website has been chosen from a wide gallery of ambient videos across four distinct categories, each with its own unique mood and style: RISE (calm and inspiring), RALLY (energetic and fast-paced), REST (soothing and relaxing) and REBEL (edgy and surprising).

“The Google TV platform allows AMOS TV to deliver a nearly unlimited, and evolving gallery of our best and most engaging HD content in a format that showcases the beauty of our videos,” added Eytan Rockaway, President of Programming and Co-Founder of AMOS TV. “Consumers who visit our television-optimized website are able to personally select the video playlists that are most appealing to them, based on the themes and music genres.”


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