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Viewmy.tv website relaunched

Online video platform viewmy.tv has announced that it has relaunched its website to provide a new video interface which allows viewers to browse by genre, region, country and language.

A ‘MyTV’ page also been introduced, allowing customisation of favourite channels and programmes. The video player has also been enlarged by 30% with a corresponding 30% drop in display advertising to enhance usability.

The new site hosts a range of mainstream and independent content available direct from the streams of broadcasters, producers and studios.

Predictive search functionality has also been incorporated to present a series of suggestions in a dropdown box as a query is typed.

In a statement a viewmy.tv spokesperson said: “The re-launch ov viewmy.tv sees the vast improvement of the platforms accessibility, speed, functionality and usability giving you, the user, a wider choice of content and an all round more enjoyable experience.”

John Glenday

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