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FIFA+ and Hisense Team Up on Daily World Cup Program 

FIFA+ and Hisense Team Up on Daily World Cup Program

FIFA+ and appliance company Hisense have partnered together to broadcast a daily program from the World Cup in Qatar. FIFA World Cup Daily will be produced every day from the FIFA Fan Festival in Doha’s Al Bidda Park by 32 different celebrities, influencers and creators from each represented country. Each episode, which will run for 25 minutes, will be hosted by Caroline De Moraes, Michael ‘Timbsy’ Timbs and Rachel Stringer. The program will feature highlights from previous events, as well as live and pre-recorded challenges to engage every viewer. 

In other news, Fine Sounds Americas and Pro-Ject USA have unveiled a new integrated amplifier and receiver model that are joining the Pro-Ject Audio Systems lineup. The MaiA DS3 Stereo Integrated Amplifier boasts 150 watts of power per channel at 4 ohms and features a built-in phono stage (MM/MC), DAC, headphone amp and Bluetooth receiver. The amplifier costs $1,599 and comes in black and silver. The Stereo Box S3 BT integrated amplifier and receiver features a pair of RCA line inputs and two channels of 40 watts at 4 ohms output power. It costs $499 and comes in black and silver. 

Lastly, Apple TV announced that it is launching a Major League Soccer Season Pass subscription beginning February 1. The subscription will allow users in over 100 countries to stream MLS games on the Apple TV app on Apple devices, smart TVs, streaming devices, game consoles and online. The subscription will cost $14.99 per month or $99 for the entire season. 


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