Float Left Teams up with Pop to Launch “Pop NOW” on Roku and Android Mobile

November 13, 2018

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West Palm Beach, FL – November 13, 2018 – Float Left, a leading developer for OTT and TV-Everywhere solutions, today announced that it has teamed up with Pop TV on its launch of the “Pop Now” app for Roku and Android mobile platforms.

The Pop Now Roku and Android apps were developed utilizing Float Left’s OTT and TV-Everywhere solution, Flicast. Available to all users as a TV-Everywhere service, Pop Now allows users to authenticate via their cable service provider. Complete with a 24/7 live broadcast of Pop TV, Pop Now also includes hundreds of hours of VOD content including full episodes of Schitt’s Creek, Hollywood Darlings, and throwback series such as ER and House.

Pop Now’s robust set of features also include In-App Search, Recently Watched, Featured Free and an intuitive Live Stream Guide, giving users the ultimate TV-Everywhere experience, through Flicast’s flexible framework.

“We are excited to work alongside Pop TV on the development and launch of their TVE service, through our Flicast solution,” said Tom Schaeffer, CEO of Float Left. “Pop Now is a great example of how a user should experience TV-Everywhere.”

More recently, Pop Now has also added Universal Search to their growing list of features, allowing users to quickly find and access the Pop Now channel on Roku.

To download and enjoy Pop Now on Roku, click here.

To download and enjoy Pop Now on Android Mobile, click here.

To launch your TV-Everywhere service with Flicast, visit https://floatleft.tv/flicast/.

About Float Left:
Float Left delivers OTT and TV-Everywhere solutions that connect media companies and broadcasters to their audience through cutting-edge and innovative OTT apps and video experiences. Launching hundreds of applications to date, Float Left has become the industry leader in direct-to-consumer app services for broadcasters and video publishers. Portfolio of clients includes Crackle, NBC Sports, Ovation TV and the Viacom Media Networks.

For more information, visit www.floatleft.tv.

Media Contact:
Seta Goldstein

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