What is CTV?
CTV, or Connected TV, is a device that connects to a television to provide streaming services. CTV is not connected to cable television.
What are some examples of Connected TV (CTV)?
- Smart TVs (televisions with a built-in internet connection and media platform).
- Connected devices, such as Roku, that plug into a TV and the internet to enable apps and video streaming regardless of whether the TV itself is “smart”.
- Game consoles such as PlayStation and Xbox.
CTV users can only access the programming that their platform provides.
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