Peloton Entertainment, which went live in November of this year, allows members to access their favorite content while working out. With just a few days left in 2023, we’re thrilled to see one last collaboration- Peloton Entertainment has teamed up with YouTube TV to give fitness enthusiasts even more entertainment options. With this partnership, Peloton All-Access Members can now stream live and on-demand TV, movies, sports, and news from over 100 popular channels right from their Peloton Bike(+), Tread(+), or Row.
This latest collaboration comes on the heels of Peloton’s successful partnership with NBA League Pass, which made live and on-demand streaming of NBA/WNBA games available to compatible Peloton devices within the Entertainment Hub. Peloton Members who sign up for Peloton Entertainment will now have access to premium entertainment options from two of the biggest names in the industry.
The YouTube TV integration is a welcome addition to Peloton’s Entertainment Hub, which already boasts popular streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney+. With YouTube TV, Members can catch up on their favorite shows and cheer on their home teams while still making strides towards their fitness goals.
Gwen Bethel Riley, Senior Vice President of Music and Content Partnerships at Peloton, touted the partnership as a testament to the company’s commitment to providing fitness solutions anytime, anywhere. “We are empowering our Members to lean into what they love, like catching up on their favorite show or rooting for their home team, to help inspire them on their fitness journey,” she said.
Members who already have a YouTube TV subscription can easily connect their account to their Peloton equipment and start streaming content immediately. For those who don’t have a subscription, signing up is a quick and easy process. Once connected, Members will have access to popular cable networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, ESPN, AMC, and HGTV, among others.
It’s important to note that Peloton Entertainment is only available via Peloton hardware and not on mobile or desktop. This means that Members will need a Peloton Bike, Tread, or Row to access the Entertainment Hub and stream content. However, this is a small price to pay for the convenience and variety of entertainment options that Peloton offers.
Overall, the addition of YouTube TV to Peloton’s Entertainment Hub is a major win for both companies and for fitness enthusiasts looking to combine their workouts with their favorite TV content. With more than 100 live channels to choose from and a growing list of partner services, Peloton All-Access Members can expect even more exciting entertainment options in the new year.
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