Plex Surpasses 200 FAST Channels

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Plex, the Kleiner Perkins-backed media software maker that pivoted hard into ad-supported video streaming in early 2020, has announced a key milestone, surpassing 200 FAST channels.

Plex launched its "Live TV" platform in July of 2020. Since then, the Los Gatos, Calif. tech company has added channels from Lionsgate, AMC, A+E, Slightly Off by IFC, Popcornflix, Crackle, Euronews, and WE tv. 

A range of Spanish-language channels are also featured on Plex Live TV, as are specialty channels targeted to audiences including the LGBTQ+ community. 

The Plex app also features an AVOD component with more than 20,000 titles. 

Plex content is available for streaming in 193 countries worldwide. 

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