Fuse Backstage and Fuse Beat, two of Fuse Media’s free, ad-supported streaming television (FAST) channels, will now be available on Amazon Freevee.
Thousands of high-end movies and TV shows are accessible on demand through Amazon’s Freevee, formerly known as IMDb TV. Additionally, a wide variety of FAST linear streaming channels, including two from Fuse Media, are being added.
The entertainment and lifestyle hub Fuse Beat celebrates Black culture and its numerous contributions to international popular culture. The channel offers a carefully curated selection of films, fan favourites, award-winning documentaries, music, and stand-up routines. A partnership between Cinedigm, TwentyOne14 Media, and Fuse Media is known as Fuse Beat.
Fuse Media says that Fuse Beat is now the Black content channel with the largest audience in the FAST market. In addition to Freevee, the channel is accessible via Roku, Vizio, and Samsung smart TVs, as well as Paramount’s Pluto TV.
Superstars and up-and-coming artists are featured in a variety of music biographies, live performances, interviews, news, documentaries, reality series, films, and specials on Fuse Backstage. Fuse Backstage is “oversized and overstuffed with legendary artists and fresh new talent,” the company states, and is aimed at music fanatics and followers of cutting-edge tales.
The goal of the multiplatform entertainment firm Fuse Media, owned by Latinos, is to “empowering, celebrating and amplifying young, multicultural voices.” Fuse, Fuse+, Fuse Backstage, Fuse Beat, FM (Fuse Music), Fuse Sweat, fuse.tv, and Fuse Content Studio, an in-house production arm, as well as branded content and live events business, are among the company’s portfolio of enterprises.
Following the company’s 2019 bankruptcy reorganisation, Fuse Media was acquired in a management buyout led by CEO Miguel Roggero in November 2020. The Madison Square Garden Co. sold Fuse to independent cable network NuvoTV in 2014; Jennifer Lopez was one of its investors.