PORTLAND, ORE. – JAN 28, 2015 – Leading consumer technology lifestyle publisher Digital Trends announces a partnership with Roku to make all Digital Trends video content available on Roku Streaming TV and Media Players. Digital Trends video content includes DT Daily, a wrap up of the most important consumer tech news of the day, as well as a wide variety of original product reviews and features.
“More than 10 million homes in the U.S. with Rokus will now have access to Digital Trends technology content in the comfort of their living rooms,” said Ian Bell, Publisher and CEO at Digital Trends. “We are delighted to be able to introduce Digital Trends trusted voice and advice through viewers’ TVs to not only entertain but also to educate about consumer technology products and their ability to improve the way we live.”
Digital Trends Video Content can be found in Roku’s Channel Store and is free for subscribers.
About Digital Trends
Digital Trends is a leading consumer technology publisher that aims to demystify technology, helping people navigate an increasingly digital world. Digital Trends’ easy-to-understand product reviews, entertaining news and videos serve more than 20 million unique visitors each month and seven million mobile users. Digital Trends reaches 90 million tech influencers through the Digital Trends Media Network, and its syndicate partners include Yahoo!, FOX News, platform partners including Roku, Samsung and LG and CNN and more than 200 broadcast news stations. Digital Trends is headquartered in Portland, Ore., and has offices in New York City, San Francisco and Chicago. For more information, visit www.digitaltrends.com and follow @DigitalTrends on Twitter and Facebook.
Jaime Cottini for Digital Trends
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