We’ve streamlined the way local stations distribute PBS content to their viewers. Whatever their device, our viewers can access an expansive library of PBS national and local content right at their fingertips. PBS supports OTT services such as Apple TV, Chromecast, and more. Our PBS Video mobile app has been optimized for both Android and iOS platforms. Through localization, stations can engage with their community by providing frequently updated content to their viewers. Station branding is present throughout all of our mobile and streaming services, allowing stations to connect with their viewers on multiple platforms. If you have any questions about any of our mobile and streaming products, reach out to your digital rep at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Who are the people watching PBS content on Roku and other streaming devices?How many of them are there? Are they members? How do they like it – and does it cannibalize their viewing over the air? Those are the sorts of questions we’ve been asking ourselves (and many of you have asked us) since PBS Digital first launched apps for “over-the-top” streaming back in 2012.Read More
PBS Digital recently launched a PBS app on Amazon Fire TV. As you may have noticed, the images for this app are all portrait instead of the usual landscape orientation. Because of this, local program images are currently not appearing since we do not have portrait images for your content.Read More
Last month, we presented research via webinar about the PBS streaming/OTT audience. The webinar was held twice, and specifically for PBS station staff. More than 100 station leaders attended, and from the feedback we've received, it seems like the material was very useful.Read More