Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
Through the partnership, Samsung Smart TV users in the United States, Canada, Japan, Korea, Brazil, England, Germany, France, Italy, Russia, India, Spain, Poland, Mexico and Australia will have the opportunity to experience all of DOGTV’s programming by signing up for a free, one-month trial of DOGTV Anywhere. The multi-platform app offers 24/7 access to content specifically made for dogs, so pups at home or on the go can watch DOGTV Anywhere from their Samsung Smart TV, mobile device and computer.
“We are excited to give dog owners across the globe the opportunity to test out DOGTV before committing to a subscription,” said Gilad Neumann, CEO of DOGTV. “This partnership will allow us to extend our audience to the millions of Samsung Smart TV users that are looking to better the lives of their canine family members.”
Founded in Israel, the scientifically developed and tested channel treats dogs to television specifically designed for their eyes and ears. DOGTV’s programming is split into three categories – relaxation, stimulation and exposure – offering 24-hour content that works collaboratively to provide just the right balance for the daily routines of dogs and to ease the stress and anxiety they experience when home alone or traveling.
DOGTV Anywhere launched in March of 2014, and, for $9.99 a month, subscribers get access to DOGTV on their computer and mobile device, as well as through the Samsung Smart TV. Users sign up online and download the app to access the programming across the platforms. Samsung Smart TV users can visit http://www.dogtv.com/samsung to access a free month of DOGTV Anywhere.
DOGTV is the first and only television network for dogs. A trusted source of scientifically developed content for dogs, DOGTV programming is organized into relaxing, stimulating and exposure segments that work together to provide just the right balance for the daily routines of our beloved "stay-at-home" pups. DOGTV's revolutionary content is designed for a dog's visual, auditory and emotional sensibility. For more information, please visit dogtv.com.