VUDU Launches on TiVo!

Subscription-Free Video-on-Demand Service Provides TiVo Users with Added Flexibility to Watch Content on Their Terms

Ready for more content? Today, TiVo brings you even more access to watch, rent and buy HD movies and TV Shows with the launch of VUDU, Walmart’s subscription-free, video-on-demand movie service. The VUDU application enables users to rent or purchase new-release movies and TV shows, as well as access a fully customized UltraViolet cloud library.

VUDU’s recently expanded catalog features newly added TV shows from CBS, Comedy Central, HBO, MTV, National Geographic, Nickelodeon and SHOWTIME, as well as blockbuster movies, Hollywood classics, and independent films. VUDU content purchased via the TiVo service is viewable on other VUDU-enabled devices or platforms, including game consoles, Internet-connected Blu-ray players and HDTVs, tablets, computers and more. Also, content purchased on any of these platforms can be viewed through the TiVo service.

Availability

TiVo users can expect the VUDU application to appear on their TiVo Roamio DVRs and TiVo Mini devices during a rolling update over the next few weeks.

About VUDU

VUDU, a leading digital video-on-demand service, is the easiest way to discover, watch and collect the latest movies and TV shows. VUDU is free to join and provides instant access to over 100,000 titles to rent or own in up to stunning 1080-pixel resolution and 7.1 digital surround sound. VUDU is committed to making entertainment digital and accessible, launching innovative features such as Disc to Digital, Share My Movies and InstaWatch. VUDU is unmatched in availability across platforms and devices, and works on internet-connected TVs and DVD/Blu-ray™ players, Windows® and Mac® computers, iOS and Android™ mobile devices, set-top boxes such as Roku, and PlayStation® and Xbox® game consoles. VUDU is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Walmart Stores, Inc., and is based in Sunnyvale, CA. For more information, visit www.vudu.com.

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  • Jane Carruth

    Will this service be available to Premiere owners?

  • Richard Garrison

    Oh I’m very excited! I’ve been begging for this for years in your surveys!!! Now you need to figure out how to add support for Onlive gaming.

  • Jakub Kudlacz

    Yes, in 2015. Checkout TIVO twitter.

  • Robert Sermeno

    I too would like to know if this service be available to Premiere owners?

  • Erik Cuevas

    Praise the Lord!!!