Float Left Interactive and Food Matters Introduce FMTV Roku Channel
Float Left Interactive, a leader in Roku channel development and TV application solutions, and Food Matters a world-leader in the health & wellness space, today announced the launch of FMTV, an on-demand video streaming service dedicated to getting people
Jupiter, FL(26 Feb 2015)
Float Left Interactive, a leader in Roku channel development and TV application solutions, and Food Matters a world-leader in the health & wellness space, today announced the launch of FMTV, an on-demand video streaming service dedicated to getting people healthy. FMTV will offer thousands of hours of curated health and wellness content including inspirational documentaries, extended interviews with leading health experts, recipe videos, and more. FMTV is priced at $7.95 a month or $79 a year, requires no commitment, and offers a free 10 day trial at signup.
Food Matters began when James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch set out on an international adventure to uncover the truth behind real food nutrition and its impact on our lives and society at large. The medium of film provided James and Laurentine with a platform through which they were inspired to touch millions of people’s lives around the world. After receiving numerous requests from followers over the years, James and Laurentine decided to create FMTV, an online subscription video on-demand service that offers a growing library of over 400 health and wellness videos. It offers people the ultimate health-film library to be inspired anytime, anywhere.
“We are extremely excited to have launched the FMTV channel,“ commented Kirby Grines, Vice President of Business Development of Float Left Interactive. “There has been a high demand for the FMTV channel on Roku and it has been a pleasure working with the Food Matters team to make it happen.”
”We reached out to Float Left based on their track record of developing high-quality streaming video apps and their strong understanding of the ROKU platform,” said James Colquhoun, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Food Matters. “The Float Left team has been fantastic, attentive to our needs and immediately understood our vision which helped streamline the entire process for us. “
As of today, subscribers can watch on-demand health & wellness content by downloading the channel on Roku streaming devices and via www.fmtv.com.
For more information or to start your free 10-day trial, visit FMTV.com today or jump on your ROKU box and search for FMTV!
About Food Matters
Food Matters is a company that is turning the health & wellness education industry on its head. What started out with James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch trying to heal an illness in their own family has resulted in a lifelong mission of discovery and dedication to help share their life-saving message with the world.
The dynamic company began back in 2007 with ‘Food Matters’ the film. And has now grown to reach millions of people across the world with the release of another prolific documentary ‘Hungry For Change’, a best-selling book “Hungry For Change The Book”, their own line of products from detox guides to video programs, to now their biggest project yet: FMTV.
Food Matters continues to push the boundaries of modern health & wellness education, lighting up the world one person at a time with the knowledge and the power to live with optimal health.
For more information about Food Matters visit: www.foodmatters.tv, Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodmatters, Instagram: @foodmatters
About Float Left Interactive
Float Left Interactive is a leading provider of TV app solutions and specializes in developing innovative, cross-platform video experiences for the biggest screen in the home — the TV.
Since 2009, Float Left has developed over 175 TV apps including TV Everywhere, video on demand, live broadcast, news, and music streaming channels. Select customers include Roku, Gaiam TV, Anime Network, Newsy, and Viki.
Float Left is headquartered in Jupiter, Florida and is opening a second office in New York City in Spring 2015.
More information about Float Left Interactive is available at http://www.floatleftinteractive.com, Twitter: https://twitter.com/FL_Interactive, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/floatleftinteractive