RVNN.TV Expands Network With Roku Presence

January 19, 2012 by · 1 Comment 

RV News Net LLC has boosted the distribution and reach of its recreational vehicle focused Internet television network RVNN.TV with release of a dedicated top-level channel on the Roku streaming video player.

According to a press release, the Roku is a set-top box that hooks up to a high-speed internet connection and displays internet delivered television and games to consumer flat screen TV’s.

RVNN.TV is an web-based television network dedicated to the world of RVs – the first of its kind. While shows have been accessible to a global viewing audience online since early 2011, viewers in over three million households can now add the RVNN.TV network to their channel favorites with a single click on the Roku remote.

RVNN.TV joins the ranks of other top-level networks in the Roku Channel Store such as HBO GO, Hulu Plus, Fox News, Disney, CNBC, and WSJ Live, bringing a line-up of more than a dozen RV-lifestyle and business programs to the television screen. RVNN.TV covers news and live RV-related events and also produces popular shows like RVNN Live, Geocaching World, Ask The Professor, GadgetPlex, Tails From The Road, and What’s Wrong With This Picture.

“RVNN.TV now has highly visible placement in the Channel Store in the Fitness and Outdoor category, so users can easily find our network and add RVNN.TV to their personal channel list with a single click,” said RVNN.TV founder Andy McCaskey. “This will have a tremendous impact as we continue to build our RVNN.TV brand and loyal following.”


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