The Official Official Guide to All-Access TV, Radio, & Podcasts 2018

NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – Feb 18, 2019) – On March 11, 2019, the world will be introduced to All Access TV, radio, and podcast platforms, which are designed to bring more than one-fifth of all households worldwide closer to the same level of quality and value, said Jim Schmitt, chairman and chief executive officer of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB).

“We’re excited to be working with the new platforms and platforms that allow our industry to better compete with our global competitors,” said Schmitt.

“As the new-media landscape evolves, we need to make sure we’re on top of everything and to keep innovating.”

The new platforms will allow a broader spectrum of services to be delivered to consumers in new ways.

“It will mean more people will be able to listen to their favorite shows in new, immersive ways,” said NAB President and CEO Greg Parekh.

“All-Access is about delivering the best experience possible to people in their homes, wherever they are, whenever they want.”

The All-ACCES platform includes the following features: All-access digital channels, including podcasts, radio and radio broadcasts, and podcasts, audiobooks, movies, and more; All-channel access for exclusive content and content creators; and access to exclusive content from publishers, including HBO, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Disney, Amazon Prime, CBS, and the Walt Disney Studios.

All-Channel digital channels and digital content will be available to all eligible households nationwide through April 30, 2019.NAB and PBS will begin offering all-access content from June 30, 2018 through the end of 2019.

All Access digital channels are currently available on Amazon Prime Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, and on the PBS All Access app.

In the US, all households with a broadband Internet connection are eligible to receive the PBS Channel (Channel 1, HD).

All Access mobile apps are available on iOS and Android devices.

The All Access platform is supported by the leading streaming, broadcasting and online services including Netflix, Spotify, Hulu Plus, and HBO GO.

For more information, please visit www.nab.org or call (877) 4-NAB-PBS (917-869-4233).

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