Sezmi announced an introductory release of its all-in-one television service, available in the greater Los Angeles area exclusively through Best Buy.

The personal TV service seamlessly integrates live television, on-demand movies and television shows and web videos in a self-installed system that automatically records, recommends and organizes the favorite shows of each individual member of the family.

Los Angeles area residents can determine if their home is within Sezmi’s service coverage area at www.sezmi.com.

“Consumers have been clamoring for a better way to view their favorite shows, movies and web videos in a seamless way, and at an affordable price,” said Buno Pati, co-founder and chief executive officer of Sezmi, in a statement. “Sezmi is making that a reality with the first self-installed, all-in-one home television service.”

The Sezmi System can be purchased for $299 and includes an HD Media Recorder that automatically organizes live, recorded, on-demand and online content and can store up to 1,400 hours of programming. It also includes an advanced indoor television reception system for receiving local HD broadcast channels and Sezmi’s programming lineup of cable channels.

The system also includes a remote control featuring personal “mi” buttons for each member of the family to quickly discover and enjoy the programming they care about most.

Sezmi offers Select and Select Plus service plans that deliver entertainment experience on a subscription basis and provide access to a large volume of pay-as-you-go movies and TV shows and a large collection of free on-demand content.

The difference between the plans is the amount of live and on-demand cable network programming included.

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