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Exposure

Exposure Network TV is a FREE streaming service that provides over 100,000 hours of family-friendly entertainment programming content that can be accessed from anywhere in 128 countries and is available on iOS & Android mobile devices, as well as smart TVs including Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, and Android TV.

In the past few years, we’ve seen an explosion of companies providing Smart TV Apps. These services allow you to stream movies and shows on your television without needing any cable or satellite package. The Exposure Network TV App offers video content from major movie studios like Disney and Warner Bros., talk shows such as Jackie Kallen the first Lady of Boxing and several, independent short films, sporting event is set to launch this summer.

In addition, there are educational programmings such as The Amazing Life Project produced by DrDenise Moore Revel, along with entertaining shows for example Speak Live Nation produced by Filmmaker Cedric Nettles.

Exposure Network TV is committed to providing a safe space for children with videos from beloved family-orientated producers curated by those participating in our Parent’s Choice initiative. There are also channels that offer music videos by popular artists or entertainment news so viewers can stay up-to-date on what’s happening in Hollywood and in their local communities. All of this content is available through the Exposure Network TV app downloadable on Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Android TV, Apple TV, along with iOS & Android mobile devices.

The first version of the app will include these channels: Exposure Max, Mogul Channel, What’s Your Super Power?, Inspire Channel, Punch Boxing, The Expert Channel, Black Home Shopping Channel, Speak Live Nation, Uniquely Designed, Out of the Ring with Jackie Kallen, Best of Gospel “faith-based,” Mind, Body, & Soul, and a host others programming will be announced in the coming months, Summer of 2021.

Exposure Network TV, a family-friendly content streaming service that was launched in 2019 by parent company Aart & Kingsley Agency, has announced this global expansion at an important time as consumers are switching to video viewing habits. This change impacts Exposure Network’s focus on providing diversity, tourism, relatable content for minorities and others.

Media plays a role in how we all see the world we live in, from how we view other ethnic groups, what we think of different lifestyles, and what we know about health risks. It’s time to give families more options for a better world.

 

Subscribers Can Trust

Exposure Network TV is a premier platform that distributes video content trusted by brands and families. The network is accessible on Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Android TV, Apple TV, Xbox, Play Station, Google Chrome Cast, along with iOS & Android mobile devices.

Roku: Google Yanks YouTube

Roku: Google yanks YouTube TV live TV streaming service from platform

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It’s official: New subscribers to Google’s live TV service, YouTube TV, will not be able to access it on Roku devices, according to an email the manufacturer of the popular stream boxes sent to its users.

In cases such as this, current users are still able to access the app and its features, but no updates are provided.

Roku speaks

“We will always stand up for our users, which is why we cannot accept Google’s unfair and anticompetitive requirements that would allow for the manipulation of your search results, impact the usage of your data and ultimately cost you more,” wrote in the email.

But Google said their problems with the manufacturer are not about search, calling those accusations “baseless and false.”

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Google disputes allegations

Google said the disagreement stems from Roku’s want to marry YouTube TV negotiations to upcoming negotiations over YouTube.  

“Our offer to Roku was simple and still stands: renew the YouTube TV deal under the existing reasonable terms,” the company said in a prepared release.

The tipping point in negotiations come courtesy of technical specifications related to YouTube, according to Google.  https://f62f6210989f9331c1c5b81915af0e60.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html

“Our agreements with partners have technical requirements to ensure a high quality experience on YouTube,” according to the release. “Roku requested exceptions that would break the YouTube experience and limit our ability to update YouTube in order to fix issues or add new features.”

What does it mean for consumers?

What’s this mean if you’re a current YouTube TV subscriber via Roku? Nothing for now.  Enjoy your service as always. This has been the case for Spectrum cable TV customers since the end of last year when the two companies reached an impasse.https://f62f6210989f9331c1c5b81915af0e60.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html

Whether YouTube TV comes back remains to be seen, but these battles are not new to Roku and service providers.

There was a possibility users could have lost access to the Super Bowl in 2020 courtesy of a spat with Fox. And recently, HBO Max remained off the platform after its launch because of financial issues.

If you’re a new YouTube TV subscriber, options exist. Amazon’s Fire TV, TiVO, and Chromecast with Google TV will all have the app available. Most of their devices can be purchased for about $50.  Your stories live here.Fuel your hometown passion and plug into the stories that define it.Create Account

Apple TV, which recently announced an upgraded device, is an exception, costing $180 to $200, depending on the version. For those who prefer the Apple ecosystem, AirPlay is an option as well.

The reality: With devices so inexpensive, having multiple platforms might be the best way to deal with these potential issues in the future.

There also is the YouTube factor.  It’s conceivable this impasse extends to those negotiations and significant revenue is at stake.  While YouTube TV currently has 3 million customers, according to reports, YouTube has more than 2 billion users worldwide.  It’s an issue to pay attention.

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