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PBS Launches New Streaming Channel on Amazon Prime


PBS Distribution has launched PBS Living, a new streaming channel available on Amazon Prime beginning today, March 14.

The channel costs $2.99 a month after a seven-day free trial. It will offer subscribers hundreds of hours of PBS content, from classic series like The French Chef, This Old House and Antiques Roadshow to newer offerings like No Passport Required and Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street.

Andrea Downing, co-president of PBS Distribution, said, “Public television has a long history as a home for unique and compelling lifestyle programs. We are excited to offer viewers another way to explore their passions and find inspiration through these series, with the convenience of being able to watch anywhere, at any time.”

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