SANTA ROSA BEACH, FL, March 30, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- 30a TV's ( www.30a.tv
) new channel on Roku Web TV boxes is already proving popular with new found viewers.
The Hangout Festival Promo video was the most watched on the network since the channel launched March 20th. Even though The Hangout Festival is not until May, its garnering great interest on the 30a TV Roku Channel.
With the help of the fast pace on The Hangout video, 30a TV is set to break through 3 terabytes of video view traffic in the first month, quite significant for a hyper-local channel.
"We are so excited to be on the Roku Web TV box right next to Hulu, Crackle and Netflix," said 30a.tv founder Paul Vizard. "We are thrilled to expand our 30a area audience to new viewers, who are enjoying our original varied programming, the feedback has been fantastic."
Roku continues to enjoy rapid growth, with over 700 free and premium channels available via the internet powered Web TV box.
"The early statistics are interesting," said Vizard. "We are seeing great activity from Chicago, St Louis, and New York areas. Terrific stuff. The 30a area continues to draw interest in a place to visit, and 30a TV supplies information and entertainment in a video format, reaching viewers via TV, online, Roku, and apps."
About 30a Television
30a Television is a leading provider of hyperlocal TV programming, broadcasting to 155,000 homes and businesses airing on Mediacom and Comcast, Roku with 3 million subscribers, and worldwide at www.30a.tv
About Roku Inc.
Roku is a leading streaming platform for delivering video, music and casual games to the TV. Roku launched the first player to stream Netflix to the TV in 2008, and today streams more than 700 entertainment channels to millions of devices. Roku was founded by Anthony Wood, inventor of the DVR.