Your Own TV Channels!






Musicians can now stream live on ROKU and Amazon Fire TV!I am pleased to provide several live & on-demand streaming services to musicians (and others) who need a reliable and cost effective live streaming service. My system also allows you to live and on-demand stream (concurrently) to multiple platforms such as ROKU TV, Amazon Fire TV, Facebook Live, and more!

Imagine having your own TV channels! Expand your audience! Patrons may now watch and listen to you from the comfort of their living room TV!

For those of you who are new to Roku:
Roku pioneered streaming to the TV. Their mission is to be the TV streaming platform that connects the entire TV ecosystem around the world. As of 2021, Roku streaming devices are used by millions of viewers in North America, Latin America and in parts of Europe including the UK, Ireland, and France. The ROKU company operates the No. 1 TV streaming platform in the U.S. as measured by hours streamed.

How to watch on Roku?
Roku is a digital media player (streaming video and audio) that allows you to stream video, music, and entertainment content. Think of it like a DVD player you never have to put a disc in. Roku comes in many different forms, from $29 HD set-top boxes to TV sets with the service built into them. What each model has in common, however, is the ability to give you access to a host of the biggest content providers on the planet.

Each device lets you stream Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu Live TV, Spotify, MLB, and more from the comfort of your home sofa. It’s the ideal media center for viewers who don’t want to have to buy a video game console to watch digital content. Affordable, versatile, and easy to use, Roku is the great streaming equalizer.

Roku requires an internet connection, just like Netflix or Amazon Prime Video. Once you connect the device to one of your TV’s HDMI ports, Roku will walk you through setting up your internet connection and creating a profile. Each device comes with a simple remote controller that you use to navigate through menus and select programming. Roku makes cord-cutting easy. If you’re looking to replicate your cable service without a visit from a scheduled technician and a long-term contract,

Roku is an ideal for live TV streaming. It supports every major live TV service including Sling TV, Hulu Live TV, CBS All Access, FuboTV, YouTube and Philo.

Here are two examples, an on-demand link and a Live Stream link for a world-class jazz piano teacher and concert giver - Mr. Andy Wasserman.

ROKU On-Demand:
https://channelstore.roku.com/details/4ebed1c3e6d4dc848cf2d0aba6173269/andy-wassermans-previous-performances

ROKU Live Stream (Sunday's at 7:00 PM Eastern):
https://channelstore.roku.com/details/7eb35c6cf9cbc28add056c9aa2fd9cc7/andy-wassermans-the-listening-experience

One year ago next month Andy will have been streaming live original jazz piano concerts from his 400 acre remote location, with extremely limited bandwidth. In fact, we ended up linking a Verizon Hot-Spot to a local cell tower to enable him to reliably stream at less than 1mb! This is unheard of as most streaming services require at least 5-12 mb upload speeds.