With a new on-demand entertainment platform doing the rounds and pulling the covers off a new revolutionary viewing ecosystem that’s purportedly a win-win for all stakeholders, there’s a lot of questions that need to be answered and a few more information that need to clarified. Below is a rundown of the most important things you need to know about Mitch Berman Zillion TV before you finally end up owning their fun, intuitive, user-centric entertainment service.
For starters, the business model used by the new TV service aims to create a balance between all of the stakeholders – users, content providers, and advertisers. In this way, everyone gets to have a piece of the pie but, in the long run, the consumers themselves get to be declared the winner by making the current video on-demand fun and easy and not frustrating as it currently is.
To make the business model work, Mitchell Berman Zillion TV will act as a bridge representing the ordinary household viewer’s point-of-view to the content providers and advertisers. The latter will then create TV shows, movies, and related advertisements in a mold where they can get as close as they can to what viewers want.
Surely, the new entertainment platform has a lot of predecessors. But a potential consumer may be interested to note that the quality of the service is definitely far superior to its video-streaming competitors. The images were of DVD quality and, unlike other video-streaming services, no delays were encountered. Top this with the motion-sensitive remote control bundled with the service, which allows you to point at the TV screen and click for your show of choice, and you have a killer combo right at your hands!
While one of the distinguishable point of the entertainment platform is the personalized advertisement according to viewer preference, one won’t have to watch any advertisement if he does not want to. Every viewer will have an option to watch an ad-supported TV show or, say, a pay-per-view movie free of annoying advertisements. More importantly, the ads may be shown at the beginning or at the end of the media content but they won’t definitely interrupt the TV show or movie.