FilmRise, Redbox Free Live TV Streaming Music Concert Marathon

FilmRise, along with Redbox Free Live TV, will stream a music concert marathon on Sept. 27th. The concert marathon features more than 30 concerts, including Frank Zappa, The Rolling Stones, Alice Cooper and Phil Collins, among others. Specific highlights include Prince’s Sign ‘O’ the Times (1987), Paul McCartney and Wings: Rockshow (1980), The Doors: Live at the Bowl (1968), and Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music + Ella + Jobim (1967), among others.

Prince: Sign ‘O’ The Times is a concert film with theatrical staging, featuring live performances by Prince and his band.

Paul McCartney & Wings: Rockshow: In 1975 and 1976 McCartney and his band undertook the Wings over the World tour, the largest scale tour they would ever undertake as a band. From this tour came both the “Wings over America” triple live album and the concert film “Rockshow.”  Although filmed on this tour at the Kingdome in Seattle, “Rockshow,” originally was a cut-down version of the concert, that did not premier until November 1980 in New York and April 1981 in London.

Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music + Ella & Jobin is a 1967 television event that finds Sinatra joined by Ella Fitzgerald in an historic pairing of the two preeminent vocal talents of the era.

The Doors: Live at the Bowl ‘68 is a concert movie depicting the performance of the Doors at the Hollywood Bowl.

Redbox Free Live TV Lands ‘Bob Ross’ Painting Channel

Redbox has added “The Bob Ross Channel,” about the joy of art painting, on its ad-supported VOD platform, Redbox Free Live TV. The kiosk disc rental giant secured the channel in a distribution deal with Cinedigm, whose streaming channels, Comedy Dynamics, CONtv, Docurama and Dove Channel are also available on Redbox’s AVOD platform.

Redbox Free Live TV also offers users curated content including a wide-range of catalog movies and television shows.

“Bob Ross left an incredible legacy as an artist and was an inspiration for millions of people around the world,” Laura Florence, director, content partnerships for Redbox, said in a statement. “We’re thrilled to add the channel to our service and continue delighting fans and giving voice to Bob Ross for a new generation to discover him.”

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The Bob Ross Channel showcases moments and paintings from the long-running public television series, featuring approximately 380 classic episodes. As part of Cinedigm’s agreement with Bob Ross, Inc., Cinedigm has produced and distributed special messages of support for public television on the channel, as well as spots highlighting official Bob Ross painting products, and Bob Ross Certified Instructors.

Redbox Free Live TV is available within the Redbox app for the Roku platform, iPhone, Apple TV, Android-enabled devices, Vizio SmartCast TVs and LG Smart TVs.

Redbox Live TV Expands to 60 Channels; Adds Cheddar and Tastemade, Among Others

Redbox Aug. 13 announced new channel additions to its ad-supported live TV platform. The packaged media kiosk vendor said Tastemade’s Streaming Network, featuring original programming in the categories of food, travel, and home & design, and Cheddar are now live and will join a growing list of news, lifestyle, and sports entertainment programming.

Redbox Live TV, which launched earlier this year, now has more than 60 channels, including three Redbox channels for movie lovers. The channels include Redbox Rush (for action fans), Redbox Comedy (for those who love stand-up comedy and the best comedy movies) and Redbox Movies.

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Within the past few weeks, Redbox Free Live TV has added nearly 20 channels. New channels added this week include Wired, Architectural Digest, Black News Channel, CBC (Canadian Broadcast Corporation), Go Traveler, Outdoor America, Hard Knocks Fighting. Channels recently added include America’s Test Kitchen, Complex, The Design Network, Real Nosey, Funny or Die, beIN Sports, Outside TV, Chive TV, Thrill One, Voyager Documentaries, Hungry and Just for Laughs Gags.

“We’ve seen significant viewership growth in the News, Lifestyle and Food categories,” Chris Yates, GM, Redbox On Demand, said in a statement.

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Redbox Free Live TV can be accessed via, Roku, iOS and Android devices, Apple TV, Android TV, Vizio Smart TVs, LG TVs and Chromecast. The service doesn’t require a login, just click “Free Live TV,” choose a channel and start watching.

“We are excited to partner with Redbox on launching one of the first live news channels on their TV platform delivering top business and headline news to their customers,” said Priya Nevrekar, senior director of distribution and business development for Altice News.

“We believe that our premium programming is a great addition to Redbox’s lifestyle and entertainment offering and the continued growth of its streaming business as a powerful complement to its established kiosk footprint,” added Jeremy Strauss, head of business development at Tastemade.

With the launch of Redbox Free Live TV, the company continues its transformation into a multi-channel content provider and programmer. Last year, Redbox launched Redbox Entertainment, a new division to produce and distribute original content across its service. Through Redbox Entertainment, the company is developing a slate of movies that will be available through Redbox VOD and at kiosks.

Redbox Free Live TV Adds New Channels

Redbox has added more than 10 channels to its lineup on Redbox’s Free Live TV.

The added channels include America’s Test Kitchen, Complex, The Design Network, Real Nosey, Funny or Die, beIN Sports, Outside TV, Chive TV, Voyager Documentaries, Hungry and Just for Laughs Gags.

Also, Free Live TV is now available through the Redbox app on Android TVs.

The service now has more than 50 channels delivering a wide-range of movies, television programming and short-form content, including three Redbox Branded channels curated for the tastes of Redbox customers — Redbox Rush, Redbox Comedy, and Redbox Movies.

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Redbox Free Live TV can be enjoyed via, Roku, iOS and Android devices, as well as Apple TV, Android TV, Vizio Smart TVs, LG TVs and Chromecast. The service doesn’t require a login. Consumers can click “Free Live TV,” choose a channel and start watching.

“Our linear TV service is growing fast, with total hours watched and time spent per user reaching new records in July.” Chris Yates, GM of Redbox On Demand, said in a statement. “We’re excited to continue growing our business both with new content, increased distribution and new features to help our customers find and watch great content, however they want to watch it.”

Magnolia Pictures Bows Ad-Supported Channel on Redbox Free Live TV

Home entertainment distributor Magnolia Pictures May 20 announced new distribution for CineLife, an ad-supported channel from Spotlight Cinema Networks on Redbox Free Live TV. The channel features independent films and documentaries from Magnolia Pictures’ catalog.

Ad-supported Redbox Free Live TV offers 24-hour access to programming, including independent films from Magnolia Pictures. The CineLife channel’s titles include The Last Days on Mars, starring Liev Schreiber; The Magic of Belle Isle, starring Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman; as well as Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee Virginia Madsen; and Deadfall, starring Olivia Wilde, Eric Bana and Charlie Hunnam. CineLife will also showcase A Long Way Down, A Royal Affair, Nowitzki: The Perfect Shot, Detour and World’s Greatest Dad, among others.

“Redbox is a leader in the evolving home entertainment landscape and the curated CineLife channel provides Magnolia with the opportunity to present these incredible, award-winning films to as wide of an audience as possible,” Jeff Cuban, COO (and younger brother) of Mark Cuban Companies Entertainment Properties, said in a statement.

CineLife is available for streaming on the Redbox App, Web, iOS, Android devices, Android TV, Chromecast, Roku, LG and Vizio.

“Providing quality entertainment on Redbox’s free streaming service is an important step for our growing brand,” added Jerry Rakfeldt, CEO of Spotlight Cinema Networks.