Screw TV Opens Roku Channel to Adult Broadcasters

Screw TV Opens Roku Channel to Adult Broadcasters

MIAMI — Streaming channel Screw TV has announced it is opening its platform to adult podcasters and “vidcasters.”

Screw TV is a free, adults-only channel available exclusively on Roku. It offers free adult content in addition to premium content available exclusively to Screw Magazine subscribers.

A company rep said the broadcasters “expand their content offerings to Screw TV’s 600K subscribers.”

“Anyone with an adult-themed podcast or show that is currently streaming on YouTube, XBIZ TV, or other digital platforms, can now submit their content to SCREW TV to reach a global worldwide audience they're not otherwise reaching online,” the rep added.

This announcement coincides with the current relaunch of legacy brand Screw Magazine by Miami-based AMG.

AMG founder and Screw publisher Phil Autelitano explained that “most of the adult content found on the Roku platform is paid subscription-only content. Screw TV is an open-platform for adult content creators to share their shows, to promote themselves and their art, or products, just like they do online, but to our ever-growing Roku audience.”

“Streaming TV options have been quite limited when it comes to adult content and SCREW TV is the only free option for adults content," Autelitano added. "The free model allowed us to quickly grow one of the largest adult audiences on the Roku platform to which we can now promote everything and everyone."

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