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Pluto TV is a free online television service broadcasting over 100 live channels full of the TV shows, movies and Internet videos you love, all on one dial. Founded by Tom Ryan and Ilya Pozin in Los Angeles in 2013, the lineup is hand-picked by people who know and love entertainment for viewers’ moods and tastes – blending traditional with digital in a lean-back television experience.

Pluto TV is available in the living room on connected TVs through Amazon’s Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, Android TV devices, Chromecast and Apple Airplay. Pluto TV is also available on mobile phones and tablets through iOS, Android and Amazon, as well as on the web. Investors include Samsung Ventures, Chicago Ventures, Third Wave Digital, Luminari Capital, Scripps Networks, LionTree Partners, and in January 2019, Pluto TV was acquired by Viacom.

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