Underground Video Television Offer Music Videos to Akimbo Subscribers
Underground Video Television (UVTV) announced it will bring its exclusive live music video content to subscribers of Akimbo, the world’s largest Internet video-on-demand service for television.
Among the content soon to be available from UVTV to Akimbo subscribers are live music videos from such popular underground acts as Trivium, Devildriver, Clutch, and In Flames. This footage, shot and produced by UVTV, is taken in clubs during the band’s tours.
"We see Akimbo as the future of home entertainment and are glad to be a part of it", said Rich Stahle, Executive Producer of UVTV. "These bands have huge followings and bringing the live show experience to more and more fans is a big part of what UVTV is about. Our partnership with Akimbo will certainly do just that."
“UVTV’s cutting edge live music videos are exactly the kind of specialty content that thrives on the Akimbo Service,” said Akimbo CEO Josh Goldman. “Akimbo looks forward to helping UVTV reach new and existing fans wherever they may be.”
Akimbo subscribers enjoy the freedom to choose from a growing collection of 12,000 titles delivered over the Internet for viewing on TV, on-demand. Akimbo’s collection of original, niche and mainstream content spans more than 100 categories, including indie flicks, TV shows, concerts, music videos, comedy, Major League Baseball games, travelogues, how-to programming, foreign language content, classic movies, documentaries, video blogs and more.
Consumers can sign up for a trial of the Akimbo Service through the Online Spotlight area of Microsoft Media Center Edition PCs. A subscription to Akimbo costs $9.99 a month. To subscribe or find more information about what’s on Akimbo, visit akimbo.com.
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