Techlive International Limited, leading distributors of content to the hospitality industry, is delighted to announce the integration of its Airtime service within the LG hospitality Smart TV platform.
Airtime is a revolutionary video-on-demand streaming service, offering an extensive catalogue of movies and TV features directly to the guest’s TV at no cost to the hotel*. Utilising cloud-based technology, Airtime’s game-changing solution eliminates the need for servers, in-room hardware and the associated energy and maintenance costs.
Offering access to multi-language premium content and blockbuster movies ahead of popular streaming services, Airtime provides a real value-added experience for a hotel guest.
The LG Pro:Centric TV platform offers guests a faster, richer interface, featuring a wealth of dedicated hospitality services and applications. Sander Pahlplatz, Business Development Manager at LG Europe “LG is excited to partner with Airtime to provide guests the latest outperforming Hotel TV range with the convenience to easily access movies and other content with the built-in Airtime app. With this partnership, we add value to our Hotel TV range, making it easy for hoteliers and system integrators to offer the best solutions to the hotel guests.”
Airwave Product Manager, Richard Excell said “Integration of Airtime onto the LG platform is further recognition of its integrity as a solution and we look forward to increasing its presence across the globe. We see many systems integrators now adopting Airtime as the most efficient way to provide movies and other specialist TV content to their guests.”
Airtime is currently available in 188 countries and can be retrospectively installed on compatible Philips and Samsung and now LG smart TVs**, for more information, visit www.airtime.cloud or call 0845 555 1212
*Except for a small one off activation fee and any data bandwidth required to run the service (typically 1.2 – 3.2 Mbps per concurrent stream).
** Including LV661H, LV761H, UV661H, UV761H, EW961H & EV960H Series