Greg’s Garage has launched a channel on the very popular Roku Inc. platform. The popular general powersports show hosted by veteran broadcaster and powersports enthusiast Greg White is now 19 shows into its first year of production.
Recently launched onto the television screen via TUFFTV around the United States, Roku provides an opportunity for people all around the world to stream the show directly to their televisions, computers, or mobile device screens.
Greg White says: “We are so excited to launch Greg’s Garage on Roku. I have a great team of folks who have worked day and night, over the past few weeks, to get our channel on Roku before Thanksgiving. With the world-wide exposure of our Roku channel, we have plans to include other great content for our viewers.
“At this time, you can see Greg’s Garage on your TV screen, your computer, and your mobile devices. And be sure to ‘stay tuned’ for more quality programming on Roku’s Greg’s Garage channel! All signs point to Roku as being a strong upward trend in the way people choose to view programming. I am pumped for the future of Greg’s Garage!”
About Greg’s Garage
Greg’s Garage is a general powersports lifestyle show, showcasing motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs, scooters, watercrafts, and snowmobiles. We test, play with, and educate you about them. We chat with you, cover events, and connect you to the sports’ best athletes. Whether you’re a new or experienced rider, we’ve got something for everyone who enjoys sport with an engine! For more information you can visit us online at www.gregsgaragetv.com.
About Roku Inc.
Roku is the creator of the most popular streaming software platform for delivering video, music, and casual games to the TV. Roku launched the first device to stream Netflix to the TV in 2008, and since then has sold more than 5 million Roku streaming players in the U.S. Roku players are also available in Canada, the U.K., and the Republic of Ireland. In addition, Roku works with OEMs who create Roku Ready® devices which access the Roku streaming platform. Roku Ready devices can be purchased from major retailers in the U.S. Roku was founded by Anthony Wood, inventor of the DVR. Roku is privately held and headquartered in Saratoga, Calif., U.S. For more information or to purchase directly from Roku, visit www.roku.com.