Watch MHz Networks On Demand on the Roku Digital Video Player

FALLS CHURCH, VA - MHz Networks On Demand launches today on the family of Roku players.

Current Roku Consumers
Consumers already owning a Roku digital video player only need to access the Roku Channel Store to add the MHz Networks On Demand channel. The channel was made available to customers recently through a free, automatic software update that added the Roku Channel Store.

Getting MHz Networks On Demand is easy. Select the “Roku Channel Store” icon on your main menu and register your player (if you haven’t already). Then, choose MHz Networks On Demand in your Channel Store menu in your player. The entire process shouldn’t take more than a few minutes – then, you’ll be streaming the best in international news, entertainment and more. More information is available in the Roku Channel Store FAQs at www.roku.com.

New Roku Consumers
Viewers interested in getting MHz Networks On Demand will need to purchase a Roku player. You can purchase a Roku player from Roku directly at www.roku.com. Once you receive your player, create your user account at www.mhznetworks.org/shop/roku, and then follow the access directions above.

MHz Networks On Demand has launched in Beta with free news and news magazine programming from premier international broadcasters, exclusive music interviews, Detective Montalbano, MHz Networks originals, AFL matches and more. Additional information is available at www.mhznetworks.org/roku.

Additional content will be added, including premium and pay services, throughout Spring 2010. MHz Networks On Demand subscription and pay services will require a user account at www.mhznetworks.org/shop/roku.  

Thirteen other services, from cinema to social networking, are also available in the Roku Channel Store.

Contact:
Stephanie Misar
8101 A Lee Highway
Falls Church, VA 22042
703-770-7100
www.mhznetworks.org

 

About MHz Networks

 

MHz Networks is a global media company which specializes in presenting top-quality international television programming to American audiences.