The free streaming platform launches two channels in its Spanish offer: Anime and Motor land on Pluto TV; the first on dial 51 and the second on dial 50. In this way the platform completes its content options by bringing anime series and movies as well as motor news, documentaries on four wheels and classic programs.
The landscape of streaming platforms is so wide that it is difficult to 'make a Pokémon': getting them all involves shelling out a small fortune each month, even if the formula of sharing family accounts is chosen. That is why the offer of services such as Pluto TV is appreciated: everything that this service offers, whether you use the web or its mobile applications or Android TV, is free. And said offer it goes up month by month, now with two highly attractive specialized channels.
24 hours a day of anime and motor without cost
The two new channels, of the six that were planned for June, broadcast from today on Pluto TV; with the advantage that it also add the broadcast content to video on demand. Both Anime and Motor can be selected from the web, although they are not yet available in the Android app (they already appear on Android TV). They will be shortly.
On the Anime channel Pluto TV it continuously broadcasts series and Japanese animation films. Titles like Sherlock Holmes, Dream Team, Capeta or Air Gear they will appear on the screen of the devices in the usual way: live streaming through dial 51 with the option of accessing the individual chapters from the 'On Demand' section.
For its part, the channel dedicated to the Motor, and which is set to dial 51, maintains a program dedicated exclusively to the four wheels. On this dial they will be broadcast documentaries dedicated to classic cars, related TV shows and content about drivers, also about racing. In principle, Pluto TV has no plans to broadcast car races.
Both channels are already available on Pluto TV: just access the relevant applications or the web; With the exception that in the Android app they may still be delayed in appearing.
Via | Genbeta