People around the world have turned to the media for guidance and news on financial decisions more so than ever since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. With growing interest in the economy in recent months, particularly surrounding cryptocurrency, bitcoin and NFTs, the public needs an unbiased place to turn to for financial advice.
As a result, FilmOn TV has launched a new channel, DataDash, that offers viewers several program options to watch, in order to better understand how cryptocurrency, bitcoin and NFTs work. From ‘BitBoy Crypto’ to ‘Daily Bitcoin and Crypto News,’ ‘Savvy Finance,’ ‘NFT Times’ and ‘NFT Verse,’ as well as an association with the Wall Street Journal that highlights the latest news stories about cryptocurrency, viewers can ask stock investors and financial experts questions, and also listen to them discuss financial topics they have expertise in.
Besides DataDash, FilmOn TV, which is run by its billionaire CEO, Alki David, features over 600 news, sports and entertainment channels, as well as thousands of film and television titles. It can be accessed in dozens of languages.
The internet-based television subscription service is available as an Android and iOS app, and through its website online. The channels featured on FilmOn TV air classic and modern movies from such diverse genres as Westerns, mystery, action, Broadway musicals, comedy and horror; vintage and current television shows that are dedicated to food and wine, car racing and animation; music videos; and news and sports programming from around the world, including Africa, Asia, Australia, Latin America, the UK and the rest of Europe, and the Middle East..
“We serve more content to more people around the world than any other platform,” said David. FilmOn TV, which has millions of global subscribers, was founded by the businessman in 2006. It has served as the pioneer in streaming television that helped bring in the current cord cutting era. It also emphasizes the value in allowing consumers to watch what they want, where and when they want.