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Redbox now lets you stream free content online



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Cord-cutters now have another website they can visit to catch up on TV shows for free. 

Redbox recently launched a basic online streaming service, entering a crowded field of ad-supported live entertainment offerings on the internet. The company best-known for its DVD kiosks quietly added a video viewing tab to its website called “Free Live TV.”

The tab is home to shows like “Forensic Files” and “Family Feud.” There are news channels with video content from USA TODAY and TMZ, as well as categories like Epic Viral Videos. Redbox is also throwing in some of its original content.

The service includes some live entertainment free of charge and it doesn’t require a subscription, so you don’t have to log in or sign up for anything. 

Over time, the service is being added to smart TVs from Samsung, Vizio and LG. It’ll also be available on Roku, Apple TV and Chromecast in the coming months, Redbox said.



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