NewsOn has announced a unique way to view local TV news on your Roku devices, making it facile than ever for NewsOn users to find live local news via 175 stations across the nation.
The news live News Zone feature, which is right now available exclusively on the Roku podium, offers watchers with instant access to close station those are currently in a live news broadcast. Every live station is available and the nearest ten stations to the watcher will be displayed first for simple access. If you’re new to this popular streaming device then you can get the Roku set up procedure by getting in touch with professionals.
CEO of NewsOn, Louis Gump said, “This new breakthrough on the Roku platform is the latest tangible example of our dedication to advancing viewer-friendly features and expanding the local TV news audience,” he also added, “Over 120 local TV news stations can be live at one time in NewsON, which allows our viewers to have even quicker instant access to thousands of journalists covering stories that are relevant to them. Whether they want to watch the live local news when traveling or want to see local coverage of a major breaking news event from another city, NewsON now provides a unique way to stay connected to local news coverage wherever and whenever it breaks.”
Vice President of Content Acquisition, Ed Lee at Roku said, “The Roku platform is designed to provide customers with convenient access to streamed content,” he also added, “Likewise, NewsON is known for delivering industry firsts and connecting viewers to live news content in a quick, effective way. The Live News Zone is user-friendly, helpful and simple to use and is a great addition to our combined services.”
NewsOn is the first-of-its-kind service that offers users with access to love and on-demand local newscasts as well as local clips of news on mobile, web and linked TV devices. NewsON doesn’t hold any price, it’s a free, ad-supporting app featuring pliable navigation that motivates discovery, giving instant access to the broadcast-quality video. It also enables users to find by the market through an interactive map for curated content linking coverage of breaking news via more than one stations. Moreover, it’s got a very favourable response from users, with positive ratings.
The NewsON app is available for Apple iPhone and iPad, Android phone and tablet, Amazon Fire tablets, and on the Roku platform on Roku players and Roku TV™s.
NewsON offers a nationwide lineup of local news from trusted, credible TV stations, offering consumers access to access to live and on-demand local newscast and clips of local news. Users of Apple, Android, and Roku can get the NewsOn app, which features instant access to the broadcast-quality video. The NewsOn ownership grips the ABC Owned Television Station Group, Capitol Broadcasting, Cox Media Group, Hearst Television, Hubbard Broadcasting, Raycom Media, Media General and Sinclair Broadcast Group, and also holds extra stations groups that are dedicated to serving users across podium in their communities and beyond.