After working at NBCUniversal's Peacock, seasoned sportscaster Rich Eisen is moving the live-streamed version of his acclaimed "Rich Eisen Show" to Roku.
In September, the programme will premiere on The Roku Channel. Five days a week from noon to three o'clock eastern, "The Rich Eisen Show".
Beginning on August 22, the programme will be accessible on Eisen's YouTube channel before it launches on Roku.
Roku obviously paid attention. The business is well-known for its technology, which allows customers access to many broadband content selections.
Offers all kinds of sports content via its partners, and executives believe programs like eisen’s give sports fans more context around the games they like to watch
Eisen will join an exciting sports roster. 20 linear sports channels, including Stadium, Fubo Sports, Real Madrid TV, and more are available on the Roku Channel.
The debut of Paramount+ will bring live sports to The Roku Channel for the first time, enabling CBS Sports to offer professional games, including the NFL.
The biggest names in sports and entertainment appear on Eisen's show, which combines athletics, humour, and pop culture.