Los Angeles-based Internet video service Frequency, which is led by Blair Harrison, said Wednesday that it has launched on Amazon.com's new streaming video device, FireTV. According to Frequency, it is available immediately on Amazon's new FireTV, which lets users stream HD video from the internet. Frequency helps aggregate online videos from across the Internet in a single application, letting users find channels based on topic and interests, personalized video recommendations, and more. Frequency already was available via a mobile app on the iPhone, Samsung's smart TVs, Sony, and other devices. Harrison is the founder of IFILM, which he sold to Viacom back in 2006.
Top NewsWednesday, April 2, 2014
Frequency Launches On Amazon's New FireTV