DIRECTTV has announced a new streaming service in Canada, which will offer TV content from TV One, The Current, CBC, TV Canada, CTV, and other broadcasters in a new package dubbed “FiFi”.
The new FiFi service is available now in Canada on all platforms including the Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku Player, and it is expected to launch in the U.K. next year.
FiFi will be available to users who sign up for DIRECTTV’s FiFi streaming service.
The FiFi TV service will offer content from CBC, CBC TV, CBC Radio One, CBC Music, CBC Sportsnet, CBC News, CIC, Cinespotting, Cineplex, CNET, CraveTV, CRTC, CBC One, Discovery Communications, Discovery Family, Discovery Kids, E!, E!
News, Fidelity, Global News, Fox News, HBO GO, IFC, IMAX, NBC, Newsmax, Newsnet, News One, NewsOne, ONTV, Power, Qtv, Radio One Canada, RTS, TV One and the Roku streaming service, TV ONE NOW.
FiWiFi TV will be made available to existing DIRECTTV customers who sign-up for a FiFi subscription, but it will also be available for those who do not currently subscribe.
Fi FiFi offers a wide selection of channels from CBC to CBC Music and other media partners.
It will offer original content from some of the biggest Canadian TV networks including CBC Radio, CBC Television, CBC Media, CBC Network, CBC Ottawa, CBC Montreal, CBC Quebec City, CBC Toronto, CBC Ontario, CBC Atlantic, CBC Metro, CBC Québec, CBC West, CBC Winnipeg, CBC Windsor, CBC Victoria, CBC Waterloo, CBC Vancouver, CBC Thunder Bay, CBC Yellowknife, and CBC Vancouver Island.
The new FiWifi TV service is also available to those who are currently DIRECTTV subscribers who do have an active FiFi account.
It has no monthly or annual subscription fee and will be sold through the new DIRECTTV channel lineup in Canada.
The new service is a continuation of DIRECTTV Connect, a new video streaming service that DIRECTTV launched last year.
The service is compatible with all DIRECTTV devices including Roku, Amazon Echo, and Apple TV.
For more on DIRECTTV and FiFi, visit the DIRECTTV website.