Pluto TV is a video streaming service. It is owned and operated by the Paramount Streaming division of Paramount Global. The company was founded by Tom Ryan, Ilya Pozin and Nick Grouf in 2013. It is based in Los Angeles, California. Pluto provides its services in the United States, parts of the rest of the Americas and Europe. It offers programming in a way that is similar to traditional broadcast programming. The service earns money from advertisements seen during programming. These ads are seen in ad breaks similar to those on conventional television.
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Paramount Global (2019–present)
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