Autism Media Channel Press Release
AUSTIN, TX – The producers at Autism Media Channel have today announced the launch of a new Roku channel called Peeps TV. Purposefully designed for the people, Peeps TV is an all-encompassing station that actively engages viewers and encourages its audience to choose topics about which THEY want to learn.
Unlike Autism Media Channel’s previous work with Vaxxed, Peeps TV will cover not just vaccines, but health and wellness in its entirety. It will delve deeply into crucial topics such as gut-healing nutrition, genetically modified foods, household toxins, homeopathy, chiropractic care, mental health, and more.
Roku has an audience of 39 million viewers, and they heavily encourage freedom of speech. For these reasons, Autism Media Channel has chosen Roku as their next platform, hoping to reach all 39 million viewers by the end of 2018.
“We want this to become a hub for not just our community, but for everyone interested in bettering their lives,” said Brian Burrowes, producer at Autism Media Channel. “This channel is for those people whose voices have been silenced. This channel is for them.”
Currently, the Roku platform is available in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Mexico, Canada, and Ireland, as well as other parts of the world. The streaming device is available to purchase online or in stores for between $20 and $140. Roku TV models are also available for purchase with a built-in Roku platform. Watch Peeps TV: The People’s Channel, LIVE on Roku from 12/5/2017
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