Dreamstage launches a Roku channel to bring its live-concert experience to living rooms – James Barber

Dreamstage, the HD livestream platform focused on bringing live music performances to fans all around the world, has today launched its own channel on the Roku streaming platform. The move gives Dreamstage access to Roku’s reported 56.4 million active accounts.

The Roku channel will allow viewers to get the full benefit of their home television and home theater setups when they were previously limited to streaming via the web or an iOS app.

Dreamstage streamed a Johnny Marr performance event on November 10 called “Live at the Crazy” factory that was filmed in his Crazy Face Factory studio. Marr and his band recorded the upcoming album Fever Dreams Parts. 1-4. Dreamstage staggered four stream start times over the course of the day to allow viewers in different time zones to see the show in an evening hour. After the fourth stream, the show will be available to stream for three days before it disappears.

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