Pearl Municipal Broadcasting recently announced its television station, PMBTV-20, is now available free on the streaming service Roku.
Roku is a TV set-top video-streaming device and smart TV manufacturer with 29 million active accounts and 41 million devices in use.
Viewers will now be able to access all City of Pearl programming on-demand as well as watch live events anywhere and at any time. Once a “live” event airs, like a Pearl High School football game or a City Board of Aldermen meeting, it will be archived and available to view on demand. Roku users can use the Roku channel search and type PMBTV to find the channel.
PMB will have six categories from which viewers can choose on Roku: live events, Board of Aldermen meetings, sports, City events, Chamber of Commerce ribbon cuttings, and Pearl Public School District video minutes.
City of Pearl officials say they are committed to keeping Pearl citizens informed through a variety of no-cost platforms, including the City website at www.CityOfPearl.com; the City radio station, 104.5 FM/WPBP “The Pirate;” the City TV station, PMB-TV20 (Comcast channel 20, U-Verse channel 99); Facebook at Pearl Municipal Broadcasting and City of Pearl-Government; and PMBTV on Roku.
For more information about Roku, visit www.roku.com.