HIKVISION, Maine’s largest public streaming service, is taking a major step forward with its launch of the Maine Public Streaming Service (MPSS).
Starting today, the service will allow users to stream content from a range of sources in the state, from Hulu, HBO Go, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video to local radio stations and local public radio stations, all of which can be accessed via an app.
The service also allows users to access live coverage from other major public broadcasters including WBZ-FM (105.5FM), WHAM-FM and WYMP (1040AM).
The service will be available to the public on Wednesday, December 18.
The MPSS is available for $2.99 per month for a limited time, or $4.99 for a year.
It will be rolled out to all of Maine’s 700,000 registered TV customers in the coming weeks.
“The Maine Public Stream is a big step forward for Maine, and we are thrilled to partner with the City of Portland to bring it to our citizens,” said Paul Schulz, executive director of MPSS, in a press release.
“It is important for people to get a chance to enjoy a wide variety of content, and the MPSS will allow people to do just that.
I’m confident the service and the public will love the new capabilities it brings.”
MPSS also allows the public to stream live events like concerts, conventions and community events.
MPSS can stream content over a wide range of services, including: Hulu: Hulu is offering the MPss free of charge to everyone in the Maine community.
HBO Go: HBO Go has teamed up with HIKTV to offer its subscribers access to the service, which is free for subscribers in Maine and New Hampshire.
Amazon Prime Now: Members of Amazon Prime can access all of the content and services available on the service.
The HIK TV app can stream all of HIKVision’s content.
Spotify: Spotify offers its subscribers the option to stream Spotify from the MP ss.
Other streaming services that have partnered with HikVision include Tidal, Beats Music, YouTube, Spotify, Vimeo and TuneIn.
The new service is available in select Portland neighborhoods and communities.
HIKvision is offering a new service to its users starting today, with plans to expand it throughout the state in the future.
The new service will feature live, local news and current events, and more.
With more than 500,000 active users in Maine, it is no surprise that the service is growing rapidly.
The company currently has over 1,000 employees in Maine.
The announcement of the MP SS comes on the heels of the launch of a new streaming service for the Maine public: HIK Vision is launching a new app called HIKWatch.
HikWatch will be an all-new, personalized, all-streaming service that brings the best of Maine in the best possible way.
The app will offer access to local, national and international news, events, weather, sports, business, health, health care, business and entertainment news, as well as news, sports and entertainment from the state of Maine and other states, including the District of Columbia.
The public will be able to sign up for the service for free via the app, which will be accessible in the HIK Viewers app on the iPhone, iPad and Android.HIK Vision CEO and Founder, Mark Riggs, said that the new app will provide a way for people who are not familiar with the services offered by the state’s other public broadcasters to be more involved in local, state and national news and events.
Riggs also said that while it will not offer all of their content, the company is committed to adding more content to the Hik Vision service.
To sign up, people will need to register an account with the HikaVision app on their phone, tablet or computer, which can then be accessed by entering their email address.
After that, users can sign up by clicking the sign in link.
Hika Vision will provide subscribers with access to all content and other features of the app from the beginning of the service’s launch.
Users will also be able watch live news coverage of the day in their area.
HIKVisions new service, called Hik Watch, will allow the public, as of now, to watch all of its content, including local news, local sports and local entertainment.
The platform will allow subscribers to watch events on local radio, as it does for public broadcasters, or other local events like community festivals.
In the future, HIK Watch will be expanded to include events like weddings and other public gatherings.
The streaming service will also offer content from local community organizations like the Greater Maine Community, which has been working to improve the lives of local residents by helping them access services such as food banks and job training.
According to Riggs’ press