New Platform Takes Streaming to the Next Level, Allowing Members to Interact with AND Submit Original Content
INDISTRY TV, a first-of-its kind subscription streaming service that offers content shaped by its audience, is thrilled to announce the launch of its beta platform today and a 30-day free trial for new members. INDISTRY TV members will receive exclusive access to premier original programming across a variety of genres, with channels covering travel, food, fashion, art, sports, exclusive celebrity access, emerging musical artists and behind-the-scenes live streamed events. Additionally, INDISTRY TV’s platform features interactive technology that allows members to not only watch content, but also shop, socialize and engage with it.
INDISTRY TV was founded by twin sisters, Mary Landaverde, CEO and Erroll Angara, COO, who saw a millennial generation that craved being part of a community where they could make an impact through art and innovation. They will celebrate their beta launch on October 21 at the Virgin Hotel Chicago with an exclusive premiere event hosted by Mario Lopez, Emmy-winning host of “Extra,” and featuring a series of stars from INDISTRY’s channels, including special performances by emerging artists Raquel Castro of “Empire” and “The Voice,” Chicago hip hop artist ZVerse and LA-based artist Greg Marks. As one of its debut offerings, the night will also include a special guest performance, which will be live streamed on INDISTRY TV along with highlights from the night. Additionally, during the concert, members will have the opportunity to use the platform’s interactive buttons to make a donation to Susan G. Komen Chicago in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
“When creating INDISTRY TV, we set out to design a revolutionary entertainment platform where members could interact with the content they, and others worldwide, consume,” said Mary Landaverde, CEO and co-founder of INDISTRY TV. “Even more so, we wanted them to have an impact and a voice. Thus, INDISTRY TV also gives its members the ability to shape and curate content – making the viewer a part of the story.”