The free, ad-supported streaming service VUit announced its adding four new offerings to its growing library of hyper-local content. These new channels join VUit’s current list of more than 200 local TV channels along with a range of themed curated feature channels across politics, sports, food, business, entertainment and culture.
New programming and channels launching this month:
- WMVision (Weather Metrics Vision): VUit is broadcasting a mix of 12-hour time-lapse videos and live footage from awesome weather events taking place across the country. Soon, VUit will also add live feeds from individual cameras within WMVision’s network as well.
- Mermaid Soup: Los Angeles-based fashion vodcaster Ariel Campbell will be creating a brand-new podcast especially for VUit giving viewers an inside scoop on the hottest trends coming out of LA. The show will be available on VUit’s podcast channel.
- Small Batch Sessions: Small Batch Sessions brings their cameras to live shows around northwest Illinois and surrounding areas bringing into sharp focus the amazing stream of talent coursing through the area. Featuring both local and nationally touring acts, these episodes offer a rare opportunity to catch these bright stars performing in spaces ranging from intimate venues to the outdoors.
- Henry Ford Museum: The Henry Ford Museum will broadcast on VUit a series of episodes that highlight American history and culture as well as automotive innovation.
“We continue to see an appetite for locally-focused programming, well beyond news events, with viewers tuning into shows across the arts, culture, and sports produced out of local markets across the country,” said Jack Perry, founder & CEO of Syncbak, VUit’s parent company. “With the addition of these new programs, we’re looking forward to providing viewers with an even closer look at the rich tapestry that makes up our towns around the U.S.”
VUit is available on all major streaming platforms and devices, including mobile and desktop web, iOS and Android devices, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, AppleTV, and more
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