NFL, Pluto TV launch an all-new channel
|Tuesday, August 20, 2019, 8:05 PM-|
LOS ANGELES, CA (Aug 20, 2019) – The National Football League (NFL) and Pluto TV, the leading free streaming television service in America, today announced the launch of a new channel celebrating the NFL's iconic and classic moments spanning over a decade of past seasons. The NFL Channel is now available on Pluto TV (Ch. 465).
The NFL Channel provided by Pluto TV is a specially curated feed of iconic library content devoted to providing NFL fans the best productions that NFL Films and NFL Media has to offer. Complementing the NFL's 100th season celebration, the new launch will include programming such as previous seasons of the award-winning Hard Knocks series, team-specific season recaps dating back over a decade, and replays of classic NFL matchups.
"As a new football season is about to debut, we are incredibly excited to celebrate it with an all-new destination for those looking to relive unforgettable moments and programming from years past," states Amy Kuessner, SVP of Content Partnerships for Pluto TV. "The addition of The NFL Channel on Pluto TV is a gift to our growing audience, a perfect addition to our burgeoning channel lineup and a testament to our love of the game."
The channel will be refreshed with new content including NFL Top 100 Players of 2018 and digitally-produced recaps, previews, press conferences, moments and more.
"We're very excited to open up our library of classic games and memorable NFL programming to football fans through our dedicated NFL Channel on Pluto TV," said Ross Ketover, Senior Executive of NFL Films. "As we celebrate the NFL's 100th season, we know fans will enjoy discovering shows they may have missed, or reliving those unforgettable games and moments that make the NFL special."
The all new NFL Channel will join Pluto TV's 150+ live, linear, curated channels and thousands of movies and TV shows on demand from an expansive library of licensed content from over 150 major media companies, film studios, television networks, news organizations, publishers and digital first outfits.