September 13, 2012
By Benét J. Wilson
AOPA Live This Week, the association’s video magazine, is now available on its own public channel on Roku, an Internet-enabled box that allows viewers to stream content instantly on their televisions.
The AOPA Live weekly show, which covers aviation news, events, people, places, and aircraft, has been available through the AOPA and AOPA Live websites and on iTunes as a podcast.
“Roku is the first outlet that allows you to sit with your family and enjoy the weekly show,” said Warren Morningstar, executive producer and director of AOPA Live This Week. “We see this as yet another portal that allows us to keep our members informed about everything going on in general aviation.”
Roku boxes start at $49.
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