Hearst’s Very Local Streaming Channel Launches On Plex

Very Local, a free streaming service launched in 2021 by Hearst Television and featuring local news, weather and originals, has been added to the content offerings on Plex, the global streaming media platform for popular free movies, TV, and entertainment. The Plex addition is the latest in a number of distribution agreements secured by Very Local, […]

WNET Group Launches TWG Plus, First Ad-Supported Streaming Channel

The WNET Group, parent of PBS station WNET New York, launched its first ad-supported streaming channel, TWG Plus. The new arts channel is being carried by Allen Media Group’s Local Now and Plex.

Wurl Network Launches 42 Channels On Plex

Wurl, a provider of streaming video distribution and advertising services for connected TV, announced today that streaming media platform Plex recently launched 42 channels on the Wurl Network. The channels, all launched in a single day, include such popular programming as Reuters, The Bob Ross Channel, Game Show Central, Deal or No Deal, Wipeout Xtra, FailArmy, The Pet Collective, People Are Awesome and WeatherSpy, from leading […]

Cinedigm to Launch Free, Ad-Supported Linear Channels Portfolio Via Plex

Cinedigm today announced that it has partnered with Plex to stream eight of the company’s free, ad-supported channels to their U.S. and worldwide-based consumers. This launch helps Cinedigm reach a demographic that is heavily media-focused and not currently serviced by key streaming platforms. This launch also dramatically expands Cinedigm’s international footprint by reaching a new set of international […]

Plex Launches Free Streamer In 200+ Countries

Plex Adds Amazon Fire TV And Web Support

Plex Live TV and DVR is now available on Amazon Fire TV, along with support for live TV on Plex for Web. Plex says that Amazon users will also get a new user experience since Amazon Fire TV is powerful enough to run the new Plex Android TV interface.

Plex Becomes Low-Cost, DIY TV Streamer

Plex is doubling down on its support for capturing over-the-air signals from digital antennas, announcing that it will now not only let users record TV programs, it will also allow them to watch live TV. The result is a low-cost, do-it-yourself version of a live TV streaming service — a popular new category in the streaming market, which offers a pay-TV live experience over the internet.