OPB TV is now live streaming on Hulu + Live TV, one of the nation’s largest streaming services for live television with more than 4.5 million subscribers. Hulu + Live TV’s subscribers will now have access to inspiring and educational content from OPB like “Oregon Field Guide”, “Oregon Art Beat” and “Oregon Experience,” along with PBS favorites including “PBS NewsHour,” “FRONTLINE, " “Antiques Roadshow,” and the PBS KIDS channel.
OPB’s participation – along with that of other local stations – will make Hulu + Live TV available in more than 300 markets over the next year. This agreement represents OPB’s and PBS’s continued commitment to make its quality and award-winning content accessible to everyone in the Northwest – and all Americans – on as many digital platforms as possible.
“As one of the largest live TV streaming services in the U.S., we are committed to providing a best-in-class user experience and a premium national and local channel line-up for our millions of subscribers” said Reagan Feeney, SVP, Live TV Content Programming and Partnerships for Hulu. “PBS and PBS KIDS are among the most frequently requested channels by our subscribers and we’re thrilled to add them to our core line-up that now includes more than 90 live channels.”
In addition to Hulu + Live TV, OPB programs are available to watch on YouTube TV, the PBS app, on watch.opb.org, Amazon Fire tablets, iOS, tvOS, Chromecast, pbs.org, on Local Now and on television via an antenna, various cable and satellite services. OPB members are also able to view an extended library of quality OPB original series and public television programming via OPB Passport. For details about how to access, contact OPB’s Member & Audience Services.