Fuse Media launches new streaming service Fuse Plus
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Fuse Media launches new streaming service Fuse Plus

Fuse Media has introduced the beta launch of Fuse Plus, a new streaming service that can roll out broadly later this yr. It’ll be out there on Apple TV and Amazon Fireplace TV units to begin.

The corporate stated Tuesday in a press launch that the subscription service will give viewers entry to all the catalog of Fuse — the life-style and leisure channel that previously targeted totally on music — in addition to new originals that can premiere completely on the service. In an announcement, Fuse Media CEO Miguel Roggero stated the service might be “curated by, and for, a younger, numerous viewer that craves illustration in what they stream.”

Whereas it’s bought a significantly smaller catalog than its streaming contemporaries, the service might be competitively priced at $2 per 30 days or $20 per yr. Focused particularly to millennial and Gen Z viewers, and particularly underrepresented audiences, the service will characteristic greater than 500 hours of Fuse content material.

“It’s disappointing that in 2021, folks of colour nonetheless wrestle to search out sufficient programming that displays their cultures and communities — particularly with so many streaming choices out there at this time,” Roggero added.

Fuse Plus can even supply a extra restricted free tier that gives entry to the primary episode from longer-form originals, all of Fuse’s short-form originals, in addition to Fuse Backstage, Fuse Beat, and Fuse Sweat, all three of that are ad-supported streaming manufacturers.

The service will formally launch on cellular in addition to extra platforms later this yr.

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