TV consumption patterns around the world are changing. Increasingly, people want to watch content when they choose to, rather than having to watch at a specific broadcast time. Consequently, video on demand services have gained in popularity, with services such as Netflix and Hulu boasting of a global subscriber base.
Kenya has not been left behind. Video on demand and streaming has taken a life of its own, with players such as Showmax opening their regional offices in the capital, Nairobi. As Kenyans become savvier, focus is slowly shifting away from access to content to video quality. This is where LG OLED TVs come in.
LG OLED TVs promise a unique viewing experience that fuses rich audio quality and the best possible HDR video quality. LG’s OLED technology has been praised by Lana Wachowski, the writer/director of Netflix’s popular series, Sense 8, as other key production team members for “giving them the confidence that the images they were working on will be accurately represented for audiences
The endorsement of LG OLED TVs by Netflix builds on endorsements from other authoritative voices in the entertainment and the consumer electronics industries. In 2017, the LG Signature OLED W7 bagged a total of 11 Global TV awards, including Best of the Best and Best of Innovation categories at the CES 2017 (the Oscars of the tech industry)
Endorsements just tell half of the story; it is the reviews from customers who have bought LG OLED TVs that truly speak to the brilliance and innovation behind the product range. “Our customers are a happy lot. The LG OLED TVs offer an immersive viewing experience that allows them to enjoy their streaming,” said Moses Marji, LG East Africa Marketing Manager.
Equipped with an intuitive webOS 3.5 platform that allows for interactive engagement with web based platforms such as YouTube, LG OLED TVs are the perfect TV to stream content with. The next time you think about video streaming, think LG OLED.