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Gusto TV to Launch on Freebie TV in the U.S.


Gusto TV is set to launch in the U.S. on the AVOD platform Freebie TV, which is available on Roku.

Viewers will soon be able to stream over 70 hours of Gusto content, any time and without a subscription.

Gusto TV has been spreading its love of food with launches on several major platforms in the U.S., the U.K. and Latin America. Most recently, Gusto TV celebrated its one-year anniversary in Singapore. Keeping up with its momentum, Gusto’s sales team will be heading off to IBC, MIPCOM and ATF to meet with new channel partners and to explore creating localized content where Gusto TV is available.

“Five years ago, the technology to seamlessly launch a channel in a new market didn’t exist. Fast forward to today and our team is onboarding Gusto TV faster than it takes to make a French omelet,” said Chris Knight, president and CEO of Gusto Worldwide Media. “It’s been a roller coaster year and our next big step is an international co-production.”

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