Howard Family Media Group (HFMG) Roku Channel is goes live

                      Steven Howard     

                                      Editor of Fieldhouse Sports Entertainment Network                                                                                                                                                  31 March 2020 | 8:30 PM

El Paso, TX:  Yesterday, EBH Fitness LLC's Howard Family Media Group made public their Roku Channel -- Fieldhouse Sports.  But don't let the name fool you, this channel will have content from sports to entertainment.  

The end game for the Roku channel is really two fold.  On one end, it provides users the ability to watch events live and VOD from their TV in the same manner as say Netflix.  But on the other hand, Howard Family Media Group sees this channel as so much more.

HFMG All Access (this is the channel logo on Roku) will allow Howard Family Media Group to provide a platform for new artist (music business) and rising content creators (entertainment side) another platform to reach audiences.  The plan for HFMG All Access ultimately is to show both sports and entertainment content.

Any artist looking for another avenue to reach an audience can contact EBH Fitness LLC to learn out how they can have their content launched on the new Roku Channel.  They are asking all content creators, musicians, etc. to really consider an alternative method to launching their content.  

Again, if you are interested in speaking about getting your content on the HFMG All Access Roku channel email  


                        Steven Howard is the editor for Fieldhouse Sports and Entertainment, where he will write articles on youth and high school

                                sports, recruiting, and sports programs.  He is also the President of Pathway 2 College LLC, Co-Chair of P2C Athlete Prep, and

                               Co-owner of EBH Fitness LLC where he runs Howard Family Media Group (Fieldhouse SEN, Fieldhouse+, Howard Family

                               Productions, and The Music Box).  He is also the host of the Borderland Sports Report.