LG Electronics Network Blu-ray disc players get new streaming content partners
How’s your Blu-ray player doing at home? Does it see a lot of action, or do you just turn it on whenever guests drop by and are curious as to how High Definition movies look like compared to ordinary DVDs? Well, if you are on the lookout for an LG Blu-ray disc player, then we bring some uplifting news agains the tide of doom and gloom that’s flooding our media every day. LG Electronics has recently announced that it will be expanding its network entertainment options for its Network Blu-ray disc players by forging new alliances with CinemaNow and YouTube, and these options will be made available on new LG Network Blu-ray disc players sometime in the first half of this year to complement LG’s instant streaming from Netflix for the ultimate home entertainment experience.
Let’s take a closer look at the parties involved – CinemaNow and YouTube. CinemaNow is no stranger to the world of digital entertainment technology, and have relied on online connectivity to deliver high-quality movies, TV shows and videos to users. As for YouTube, what can we say? This is the leading online video community for people to discover, watch, and share originally created videos and will be making available its content in LG’s 2009 line of Network Blu-ray disc players which will see action at CES 2009.
With the new range of LG Blu-ray disc players, users will be able to instantly stream content to enjoy on compatible devices, while gaining access to and watching movies purchased from other CinemaNow-powered stores. Not only that, users can also stream their favorite YouTube videos directly from the Internet without having the need to boot up the computer. The benefits are plenty – virtually unlimited access to millions of videos on various topics, thumbnail previews and multiple screen size viewing options. You gonna upgrade to a Blu-ray disc player sometime this year?