The Roku Channel Helps You Explore America’s Natural Wonders from Home with The New Parks Channel





This National Park Week, nature and history buffs are getting access to a new digital haven as The Parks Channel is available now on Roku through The Roku Channel and will be available in coming weeks on many smart TVs and CTV platforms worldwide. In partnership with Play.Works, a pioneer in connected TV (CTV) video and games, this will bring the Park Channel experience to a wider variety of viewers.

The Parks Channel aims to be the definitive video platform for outdoor enthusiasts, offering an array of programming encompassing nature documentaries, travel influencer adventures, and educational series about America’s natural and historical sites. Shows featured include “Lonely Planet’s Best Parks Ever” and “National Parks Revealed,” alongside influencer-led series such as “Alice’s Adventures on Earth” and “Adventures of A + K.” The channel’s unique content lineup is crafted to spark viewers’ wanderlust and encourage exploration of the great outdoors.

Co-Founder and CEO of The Parks Channel Charles Poe emphasized the platform’s role in making the natural wonders of the U.S. more accessible. “Our channel not only aims to showcase the breathtaking landscapes and stories of our parks but also to assist in planning visits with online tools and resources,” Poe explained. The app’s integration with online planning tools provides practical advice, helping adventurers smoothly transition from virtual exploration to real-world travel.

Jonathan Boltax, CEO of Play.Works, also expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration. “As AVOD platforms grow, viewers seek content that is not only entertaining but enriching. The Parks Channel offers families a gateway to explore America’s scenic beauty and rich history without leaving their living rooms,” Boltax stated.

With its compelling content and easy accessibility, The Parks Channel is set to become a favorite for those who cherish America’s landscapes and heritage.

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