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Hulu + Live TV Subscribers Will Now Have Access to High-Quality, Educational and Inspiring Content from West Virginia Public Broadcasting
CHARLESTON, WV – West Virginia Public Broadcasting (WVPB) is now live streaming on Hulu + Live TV, one of the nation’s largest streaming services for live television with more than 4.5 million subscribers. Hulu + Live TV’s subscribers will now have access to inspiring and educational content created by the WVPB production team, along with PBS favorites, including PBS NewsHour, FRONTLINE, MASTERPIECE, Antiques Roadshow and WVPB PBS KIDS channel.
Participating PBS stations like WVPB will make Hulu + Live TV available in more than 300 markets over the next year. This agreement represents PBS’s continued commitment to make its quality and award-winning content accessible to all Americans on as many digital platforms as possible.
“We are extremely excited that West Virginia Public Broadcasting has been added to the local channels for subscribers of Hulu + Live TV,” said WVPB Interim Executive Director Eddie Isom. “This will allow more cord cutters to continue watching the local documentaries WVPB produces. As program distribution continues to evolve, WVPB will continue to grow our live streaming. We were added to DIRECTV and the PBS App earlier this year. We hope to add more streaming services in the near future.”
WVPB is telling West Virginia’s story. Watch WVPB over the air, on your local cable system, stream our content, or download the free app. Just search WVPB in the App Store or via Google Play. Visit our website at wvpublic.org for all the latest content, news, education resources, schedules and more.
PBS, PBS KIDS and local station content is also available on PBS.org and pbskids.org, as well as the PBS Video App and PBS KIDS Video app available on iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and smart TVs from Samsung and Vizio. Local PBS station members are also able to view an extended library of quality public television programming via Passport.
Kristi Wheeler, WVPB Marketing Manager