Today the live TV streaming service Frndly TV announced a new Presidential Documentary Mega Hub where Frndly TV subscribers can find a vast collection of programming related to presidents.
Frndly TV will also be the presenting sponsor of the first installment of The History Channel’s FDR series across History’s digital properties.
Chris Joel, Frndly TV Vice President of Marketing, shared his excitement about the ongoing partnership with A+E Networks®, “Our recent collaborations, including History’s Greatest Playlist, Lifetime’s Seven Deadly Sins Anthology, and the Music Makers hub, have enriched our platform and provided an immersive and engaging range of content for our subscribers.”
Stacie Danzis, SVP of Digital Ad Sales for A+E Networks®, added, “The digital sponsorship of the FDR documentary and Frndly’s creation of the Presidential Documentary Mega Hub illustrate the deepening partnership between Frndly TV and A+E Networks®.”
Frndly TV subscribers will find this new Mega Hub on their home screen to enjoy a vast collection of content.
Here is how A&E describes the new FDR series:
The FDR documentary, executive produced by renowned presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize®-winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin, Academy Award®-nominated producer Bradley Cooper, and Academy Award-winning creative production company RadicalMedia, in association with GroupM Motion Entertainment, promises to provide an enlightening insight into the life of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Based on Goodwin’s New York Times bestseller, Leadership: In Turbulent Times, the series explores how FDR’s battle with polio prepared him for the arduous task of leading the United States through the Great Depression and World War II.
Experience this pivotal chapter in American history as it unfolds. Join the world premiere of part one of the FDR series on History.com or explore all three parts of the new FDR series as they premiere on Frndly TV, starting this Memorial Day.
A Frndly TV subscription costs $6.99/month and comes with over 40 live channels, including the Hallmark channels, A&E, Lifetime, Game Show Network, Decades, History Channel, MeTV, Movies!, and many more,more.
This comes as FrndlyTV announced three improvements last year:
- Customer choice for the regular program guide or an alphabetized-by-channel-name program guide
- Simpler navigation to discover the expansive quantity of content including movies and TV shows, whether live or via VOD
- Improved “timing bar” to better allow viewers to know exactly where they are in a movie or TV show