In an interview with The Verge, Coraline CEO Mark Smith explained the company’s plans for movie streaming and TV streaming on its web and mobile platforms.
The company is aiming to be “the number one provider of movie content for streaming online and mobile,” Smith said, adding that it would also launch its own “premium” subscription service for TV.
Smith also said that Coraline would begin rolling out its new TV service next week.
The first of these new services will launch next week, and Smith said that he expects the service to cost $10 a month.
The Coraline website and app will also be free to use on both platforms.
Coraline has also announced plans to launch a TV streaming service in the US, Canada, and South Africa.
Coralie has also recently partnered with Hulu and Netflix to bring its new services to their platforms, including its live-streaming service.
Smith said he is “not aware” of any restrictions on Coraline’s service for consumers who want to watch their movies on both devices.
Smith declined to say how many Coraline customers were on its service when he spoke with The Guardian, but he did say that the company had a very active and loyal customer base.
“We’re not going to be a subscription service,” Smith added.