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'''VRV''' (pronounced "verve") is an over-the-top streaming service launched in November 2016 that is owned by [[wikipedia:Otter Media|Otter Media]], a subsidiary of [[wikipedia:AT&T|AT&T]]'s [[wikipedia:WarnerMedia|WarnerMedia]]. The service bundles together anime, speculative fiction and gaming related channels and the service targets these large fandoms.<ref name="wikipedia">{{wplink|icon=|VRV (streaming service)</ref>
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'''VRV''' (pronounced "verve") is an umbrella streaming service launched in November 2016 that is owned by [[wikipedia:Otter Media|Otter Media]], a subsidiary of [[wikipedia:AT&T|AT&T]]'s [[wikipedia:WarnerMedia|WarnerMedia]]. The service bundles together anime, speculative fiction and gaming related channels and the service targets these large fandoms.<ref name="wikipedia">{{wplink|icon=|VRV (streaming service)</ref>
   
 
Some of VRV's content can be streamed for free, while other content requires a subscription. The subscriptions to its channels can be purchased individually, or in a premium bundle. VRV is currently available only in the United States, despite some of its partnered content being available for viewing worldwide outside the platform.<ref name="wikipedia" />
 
Some of VRV's content can be streamed for free, while other content requires a subscription. The subscriptions to its channels can be purchased individually, or in a premium bundle. VRV is currently available only in the United States, despite some of its partnered content being available for viewing worldwide outside the platform.<ref name="wikipedia" />

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VRV (pronounced "verve") is an umbrella streaming service launched in November 2016 that is owned by Otter Media, a subsidiary of AT&T's WarnerMedia. The service bundles together anime, speculative fiction and gaming related channels and the service targets these large fandoms.[1]

Some of VRV's content can be streamed for free, while other content requires a subscription. The subscriptions to its channels can be purchased individually, or in a premium bundle. VRV is currently available only in the United States, despite some of its partnered content being available for viewing worldwide outside the platform.[1]

VRV officially launched and became available on November 14, 2016.[1]

Anime channels Edit

Current Edit

  • Crunchyroll - available at launch on November 14, 2016 (announced June 14, 2016) to present[1]
  • HIDIVE - available October 18, 2018 (when it replaced Funimation) to present[1]
Non-anime, but animation related[1]

Previously Edit

  • Funimation - from November 14, 2016 (announced September 29, 2016) to October 18, 2018 (when it was replaced by HIDIVE)[1]

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 {{wplink|icon=|VRV (streaming service)

External links Edit

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