Stan’s partnership with TV brand Hisense is right on the button
Australian streaming service Stan has extended its partnership with popular TV brand Hisense to create a dedicated button on the remote controls for the latest Hisense 2020 screens.
The agreement will see the Stan app pre-loaded on the Hisense TVs and give customers one-click access to the service through a dedicated Stan button on the remote control.
And on top of that, there will be increased promotion of Stan content on the Hisense VIDAA OS platform.
The inclusion of the Stan remote button and further integration into the OS will be part of the Hisense TV range available to purchase in Australia after August 2020.
“Hisense has become one of Australia’s leading manufacturers of consumer electronics and Smart TVs, so it was an obvious decision for Stan to continue and expand this partnership,” said Stan CEO Mike Sneesby.
“This forms part of our continued commitment to ensure our content is easily accessible in all the places consumers choose to watch through partnerships with the world’s biggest brands.”
Hisense just recently announced its 2020 S and Q Series of UHD and ULED.
Later this year Hisense will also introduce its highly-anticipated Dual Cell TVs which combine the black levels of an OLED with the brightness of an LED TV.
“We’re delighted to be extending our partnership with Stan as Hisense continues to redefine the at-home viewing experience for Australians, particularly at a time when we have never been more reliant on our TVs as a source of news and entertainment,” said Finn Zhang, Managing Director of Hisense Australia.
“Our 2020 television line-up has been designed with Australian viewing needs top of mind. The range is big, bold and pushes the boundaries of TV technology with game-changing innovations in picture quality and sound, as well as the inclusion of an ever-increasing range of streaming and entertainment apps.
The addition of the Stan button on Hisense remotes reinforces our commitment to ensuring our customers have the best possible home cinema experience, right at their fingertips.”