Rajan Singh, Dan Russell, Trammell S. Crow, Nathan Loftice, James Levitt (Courtesy EarthxTV)
Environmental focus TV network, EarthxTV, has signed a multi-year distribution agreement to bring its programming to Fubo audiences in the U.S. EarthxTV is now available to U.S. subscribers of Fubo’s base 'Pro' package, which includes more than 115 channels featuring premium sports, entertainment, news and family entertainment programming.
EarthxTV delivers a diverse lineup of programming that spotlights the initiatives of innovators and visionaries who are changing how people look at the planet and its resources. Fubo offers new subscribers a free trial to test drive its streaming platform and its content, including EarthxTV.
"Fubo has built an impressive audience by tapping into the passions of its viewers. We're thrilled to join its lineup of channels," said Rajan Singh, Head of Distribution for EarthxTV. "Our mission is to share the inspiring stories of the people working to make our planet a better and more sustainable place for everyone. From a young conservationist saving rhinos to people building homes out of recycled and upcycled materials, EarthxTV spotlights positive changes that affect us all."
Fubo subscribers can watch EarthxTV's most popular original series, including "House of What?!" host by Chris Grundy. The series explores eclectic and sustainable homes and meets homeowners who share a love for strange, recycled, or up-cycled building materials.
"American Forest Fires" is a series that examines the causes of the current fires and innovative solutions which could keep disaster from setting nature ablaze. "Wild Wonders with Brooke" follows young conservationist host Brooke Carter who learns about wildlife and what it takes to protect animals and the planet. In "Defenders of the Wild with Ivan Carter", Wildlife guide Ivan Carter explores the planet to find solutions to create a balanced wildlife ecosystem.
Since launching in 2022, EarthxTV has rapidly expanded across premium cable, satellite, and digital platforms. EarthxTV is available to audiences on Charter's Spectrum TV and the National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC) in the U.S., Sky, and Freeview in the U.K., M7 in Europe, and Claro in Mexico.