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Ottawa-based Nuvyyo, which creates software and hardware in the television and home media space, has raised a $6 million CAD Series B round of financing, bringing its total funding to date to $10 million.

“Although the global economy faces ongoing uncertainty, Nuvyyo is well-positioned for success.”
– Eugene Siklos, EDC

The round was led by Celtic House Venture Partners and received participation from Export Development Canada (EDC) through its investment matching program. The funding will be used by Nuvyyo to accelerate the production of its Tablo Over-the-Air (OTA) digital video recorder (DVR), which allows consumers to browse, record and stream television programs without the need for program subscriptions.

“Use of Over-the-Air TV antennas is up more than 50 percent over the past eight years as traditional pay-TV providers consistently report record quarterly subscriber losses,” said Grant Hall, CEO of Nuvyyo. “This presents a tremendous opportunity for us to grow the Tablo brand with OTA [Over-the-Air] TV consumers and this infusion of working capital will help us meet the increased demand for Tablo DVRs via both retail and direct-to-consumer channels.”

Unlike satellite, cable, or Internet protocol television, OTA TV is a type of broadcasting in which a television signal is transmitted by radio waves from an Earth-based transmitter of a television station to a TV receiver with an antenna.

Nuvyyo’s Tablo OTA DVRs allow users to watch and record free OTA television, helping what it calls “cord-cutters” to move away from using cable and satellites for their television experience. The company has developed a DVR system that combines a physical device with software apps for smartphones, tablets, computers and streaming set-top-boxes that allow customers to watch TV from multiple devices…

 

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How to restart your phone/tablet

Sometimes, just restarting your smartphone or tablet can clear up issues with apps. The links below will provide detailed instructions on how to force close your Tablo app. 

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Android smartphones 

Most Android smartphones and tablets can be restarted by holding the POWER button and then selecting RESTART or POWER OFF and RESTART from the POWER OPTIONS menu.

NOTE: Newer Samsung devices require you to hold the POWER/SIDE button and VOLUME DOWN to make the POWER OPTIONS menu appear. On the Google Pixel 6, hold the POWER and VOLUME UP buttons.

How to force close your Tablo app?

Sometimes, just restarting the app can fix things. The links below will provide detailed instructions on how to force close your Tablo app. 

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