Glewed TV Nets New Content Distribution Deal with Plex for Original Content

Glewed TV to distribute original content on popular streaming platform

Glewed TV, a leading video-on-demand (VOD) discovery, live distribution and monetization management platform for original and professionally produced video content, announced a partnership to distribute original content through Plex, the popular platform for streaming all your favorite media.

“We are excited about working with Plex to help them provide premium original content to their viewers,” said Melody Wolff, Chief Marketing Officer at Glewed TV. “This partnership is another significant step toward making Glewed TV’s powerful content available to target audiences at scale.”

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Plex is the world’s most comprehensive streaming platform, bringing its 20 million registered users free, on-demand movies and TV shows together with those users’ favorite podcasts, web shows, news, music, over-the-air live and recorded television, as well as personal media collections, all through one beautiful interface, from any device or platform.

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Glewed TV was founded by a team of creators and technologists that have successfully launched multiple streaming channels in the past five years. Glewed TV is one of the ways cord cutters are saving with free access to premium on-demand content. No subscription fees are required to watch movies and TV programs that are unique, engaging, immediate and convenient. Glewed TV is ad-supported and free across all platforms. Glewed TV sources and produces content of high production value with over 10,000 hours available. Main content categories include food, children, sports, DIY, educational, documentaries, animals/wildlife, travel, comedy, product reviews and movies.

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