Free, Ad-supported Love Nature’s FAST Channel is the first wildlife and nature offering to join the recently launched FAST platform as a launch partner
Love Nature’s ad-supported streaming channel on PrendeTV will grant the platform’s Spanish-speaking, U.S.-based audience with free access to the brand’s award winning programming
(Washington, D.C. – March 30, 2021) – Love Nature, a wildlife and nature brand with linear and streaming platforms reaching 300 million households worldwide, announced today its debut on PrendeTV in the U.S. as one of the platform’s premium FAST channels. Love Nature is the first wildlife and nature channel to join PrendeTV, the only streaming channels-based and VOD service created exclusively for the U.S. Hispanic audience featuring free, premium 100% Spanish-language programming. PrendeTV is owned and operated by Univision, the largest Spanish-language broadcaster in the U.S. market. Audiences on the platform will be granted free access to Love Nature’s award-winning programming, including original series, all localized in Spanish, like Nomads of the Serengeti (5 x 60’), Wildlife Icons (14 x 60’) and Wild Birds of Australia (4 x 60’). The deal represents Love Nature’s ongoing expansion into the U.S. via free, ad-supported television platforms, which also includes launches on XUMO, The Roku Channel, Samsung TV Plus and Tubi TV over the last 12 months. PrendeTV will be available to users of Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and iPhone, as well as Google’s Android phones and TV.
“Love Nature’s launch on PrendeTV marks an extraordinary opportunity for us to bring high quality natural history programming to an underserved Spanish-speaking audience in the U.S., hungry for content that will bring them closer to nature, free of charge,” said Carlyn Staudt, Global General Manager, Love Nature. “We are committed to introducing our catalog of celebrated original series and documentaries to new fans around the world. Our role as a launch partner with PrendeTV is a significant milestone as we expand our brand into the U.S. market on new platforms.”
Love Nature programming highlights on Samsung TV Plus includes Nomads of the Serengeti (5 x 60’), a stunning five-part series following the wildebeest on their odyssey across some of Africa’s most incredible locales; Wild Birds of Australia (4×60’), which introduces wildlife fans to Australia’s 90+ bird species that are entirely endemic to the country; Wildlife Icons (14 x 60’), which highlights the Big Five of the savannah, as well as some of Africa’s lesser-known residents; and Animal Empires (6×60’), which journeys to the beautiful and dangerous places that play host to wildlife’s migrations and congregations. PrendeTV’s subscribers will also be treated to a special programming block, The Cub’s Club, which features Love Nature’s best family-friendly series and documentaries, sure to inspire curiosity and wonder that only Earth’s wildest creatures can offer.
Love Nature is available in over 300 million households worldwide, via its branded linear and online platforms available in 135+ countries and through key content partnerships with Sky Nature (UK), Starhub (Singapore), Rogers (Canada), KPN, VodafoneZiggo (Netherlands) and more. Love Nature is also available as a streaming channel on growing platforms like The Roku Channel, Xumo, Samsung TV Plus and Pluto TV in the U.S.; and Youku in China
Love Nature is a wildlife and nature brand that brings audiences powerful stories about the natural world that foster a deeper understanding of and connection to the planet we call home. Our award winning library of 4K natural history series and documentaries are available on Love Nature’s branded linear and streaming platforms available around the world and through partnerships with top-tier pay-TV platforms and streamers, reaching over 300 million households globally via its branded linear and online platforms available in 135+ countries. Love Nature is a joint venture between Blue Ant Media and Smithsonian Networks. Engage with us at lovenature.com / Twitter / Facebook / YouTube / Instagram