Fuse is an American pay television channel launched in 1994 which was originally dedicated to music. But then it took a decision to merge with the Latino-oriented NuvoTV in 2015, thus Fuse shifted its focus to general entertainment and lifestyle programming targeting multicultural young adults from music. Now the recent news brings in saying that Fuse Media has announced the beta launch of Fuse Plus, which is apparently a new streaming service that will roll out widely later this year. It’ll be available on Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV devices.
This was known to us when in a press release on Tuesday, the company said that the company’s subscription service will allow viewers to see the entire Fuse catalog and a new original that will be premiered exclusively on this service. Fuse Media CEO Miguel Roggero said that the service was “curated by and for a young and diverse audience who crave to express what they stream.” and he went on by saying that “It’s disappointing that in 2021, individuals of shade nonetheless battle to seek out sufficient programming that displays their cultures and communities particularly with so many streaming choices obtainable right this moment”.
Adding on to this it is said that the Fuse Plus will also offer a more limited free tier that will provide access to the first episode from longer-form originals, all of Fuse’s short-form originals, as well as Fuse Backstage, Fuse Beat, and Fuse Sweat. And it has been officially announced that this specified service will be launched on mobile and additional platforms later this year. So that means you can use this channel also on your mobile phones which makes it, even more, better for people who might not have a television and even more convenient to use.
To provide you my dear readers with more news related to this new application by Fuse Media it is already known that it will consist of a smaller catalog than its contemporary streaming ones, but the service is competitively priced at $ 2 a month or $ 20 a year. This service will house over 500 hours of original programming, including shows like Shine True, which is a documentary series where trans and nonbinary people are mentored as they explore their identities. Like, Share, Dímelo, is a talk show hosted by Latina comedians who discuss topics impacting Latinx and millennial audiences, and Made From Scratch, a cooking and culture show where celebrity guests like Saweetie and Ally Brooke share details about their family history over a home-cooked meal. So you get to know the recipe of a new delicious meal plus get to know more about the two famous personalities, definitely a double win for you all.
So now you do know about all the features and what exactly will this new application be about so now it is in your hands to see and take full advantage of it and this application is made for you and has literally no limit as you get inspired and get to express yourself to the fullest degree regardless of your background, your culture and all. That is the goal of the Latino-owned entertainment company, to fill this void of struggling to find enough programming which will reflect your cultures and communities and they are taking a step towards that by connecting their audience with content that will empower and inspire you all, and this is definitely needed. After all, we are in the year 2021. It is time that people start accepting others and it is definitely important that you respect the other person’s choices and opinions and also put forward your own thoughts and opinions without hurting anyone’s feelings.