Amazon Fire TV: Autism channel now available free


MUMBAI: The Autism Channel's streaming video content is now available on Amazon Fire Stick, Fire TV and select Seiki, Westinghouse and Element televisions with Fire TV technology. Amazon's Fire TV stick and Fire TV set top box have joined Roku and Panasonic Viera devices where viewers can watch The Autism Channel's programming free on demand.

The Autism Channel streams nearly 100 hours of digital video content featuring individuals on the autism spectrum and professionals in the field of autism spectrum treatment and research. The channel began streaming on Roku in 2012 and added the Panasonic Viera TV platform two years later.

Users of Amazon Fire TV technology can now access the channel without charge by adding it to their channel list from the On-Demand Movie Streaming category of the Apps & Games section at amazon.com. Roku users can find the channel in the educational section of the Roku channel store.

Panasonic Viera owners can find the channel in the channel store on most Viera television devices.

The Autism Channel features programming designed for those who are parents or caregivers of people on the spectrum, professionals in the field, and those on the spectrum themselves. It offers a wide range of programming from movie reviews, mini-documentaries about autism and interview shows, to "Time Out" features designed to be calming and relaxing.

This rollout is the first of many which will add several smart television set types, set top box and streaming stick platforms and phone and tablet devices to widen the availability of the channel. The Autism Channel is a privately owned media content developer and supplier based in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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