Bloomberg Media announced today that it is partnering with video platform Videocon to offer a variety of digital video services in the United States.
Videocon will offer video on demand, video on-demand delivery, and live streaming, according to a press release from Bloomberg.
Bloomberg has partnered with Videocon on a number of projects, including the launch of Bloomberg TV, which provides video content for Bloomberg News and Bloomberg TV apps.
Bloomberg TV, a digital TV service that will debut this fall, will feature video on the go from the Bloomberg Television Center and will be available on smartphones and tablets.
Bloomberg TV will be a one-stop-shop for Bloomberg news, sports, and entertainment content.
Bloomberg Television will also offer on-site events, including live video, which will be delivered via the Bloomberg News app.
Videocon will provide digital video on Demand for Bloomberg TV and Bloomberg News, the press release stated.
Vicarious, a video platform that Bloomberg owns, will also provide on-air and on-screen content to Bloomberg TV.
Bloomberg News will be the first-ever Bloomberg News video platform.
The company will launch the Bloomberg TV app on the iOS and Android platforms later this year.
Bloomberg Media is also working with Videon to offer the Bloomberg Media brand’s digital video service, Bloomberg Television.
The partnership will launch early next year.
Bloomberg’s Digital Video platform is available for Apple devices and is expected to be available for Android devices in the near future.
Bloomberg is also partnering with Apple to offer Apple TV, the first TV app in the world.
Bloomberg’s digital TV app will be launched in the fall of 2019.
Bloomberg will also be offering its own digital video platform, Bloomberg TV Premium, for the Apple TV platform in the second quarter of 2019, the company said.
Bloomberg is also offering its premium video service on the Apple Watch and the Google Cast device, as well as the Bloomberg Digital app on Android, the Apple iOS, and the Samsung Smart TV devices.
Bloomberg announced earlier this year that it will begin offering a suite of video-on-demand platforms that will stream video to a variety, including smartphones, tablets, TVs, PCs, and connected devices.
Bloomberg said it will also soon begin offering its mobile video service that delivers video on its mobile app to users on Android devices.