CuriosityStream comes to YouTube as $3 add-on

The YouTube TV deal builds on CuriosityStream’s existing platform partners that include Prime Video Channels, Sling TV, Dish Network, VRV and Comcast. (CuriosityStream)

CuriosityStream, a science, technology and nature channel launched by Discovery Channel founder John Hendricks, has jumped aboard YouTube TV as a $3 per month add-on.

“We are thrilled to partner with YouTube TV to bring CuriosityStream’s incredible library of original and premier titles to the vMVPD’s core lineup of traditional broadcast and cable networks and premium channels,” said Clint Stinchcomb, president and CEO of CuriosityStream, in a statement. “YouTube TV is proving that traditional linear television and digital channels can be offered to the consumer seamlessly and successfully. This is the next evolution.”

“We are excited to add CuriosityStream to YouTube TV and offer our members first-in-class documentaries from around the globe covering science, history, health, human interest and more,” said Heather Moosnick, director of content partnerships at YouTube TV, in a statement.

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The YouTube TV deal builds on CuriosityStream’s existing platform partners that include Prime Video Channels, Sling TV, Dish Network, VRV, Comcast Xfinity on Demand, Cox, Layer3 TV and the Sony, LG, VIZIO and Samsung smart TV platforms.

CuriosityStream is accessible via the web and on Roku, Apple TV, Xbox One, Amazon Fire TV and Google Chromecast, iOS and Android.

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